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May 29, As a rule, the best time to prune your Rose of Sharon is anywhere from March to early May, before the blooms begin to open. Cutting back your Rose of Sharon too early or too late can “shock” the plant, leaving it vulnerable to the elements and stunting healthy new growth.

2 Clear out dead or damaged wood%(81). Feb 08, In addition to reducing the height, you can cut out dead or diseased wood and remove any out-of-control branches back to the base. Because rose of Sharon blooms on the current season’s growth it should be pruned in late winter. Next winter, remove any new growth from the previous year and an additional third from the existing old stumplopping.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins.

Jul 23, In general, prune all stems back to the second swelling bud from the ground from late winter until the plant produces leaves; don't cut Rose of Sharon to. Jan 18, In very early spring, before the plant leafs out.





Some people prefer to prune Rose of Sharon in winter, when there are no leaves on the plant, so they can readily see the shrub’s. May 18, Prune in late winter or early spring, since this is one of the shrubs that blooms on the current season's growth.

It is easiest to give rose of Sharon its desired shape by pruning it accordingly during its first two seasons.

It can also be trained for espalier (grown flat against a supporting structure). Sep 21, Wait until 30 to 45 days before the first frost for your region before you begin. Trim the entire height of your Rose of Sharon bush to approximately inches.

Dig up your existing bush to bring up the whole root ball. Divide the root ball in half once and then a second time to create four quarter pieces of your plant.





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