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While I'd not hesitate to do rejuvenation pruning on a typical common lilac now, one that is grown in a tree form (single trunk rather than multiple stems/canes from the ground) should be treated a bit differently. Too severe a pruning at this time of year might well jeopardize its future, specially in Missing: Tavernier FL.

Apr 28, Fragrant, colorful lilacs are easy to grow in most regions. Whether your lilac is a shrub or a small tree, it will need to be regularly pruned in order to maintain a healthy shape and size.



A healthy lilac bush or tree should have no more than 2 or 3 large trunks.



To prune lilacs, get to work in the spring: cut fresh flowers 75%(4). Prune away all but 6 to 12 major stems, spaced so that they don't rub against one another. 2 Remove suckers, cutting them off just below ground level, during the winter dormant shrubclearing.pwg: Tavernier FL. Apr 05, In this video Calgary Arborist Kevin Lee demonstrates how to prune a lilac, and he discusses his tree pruning philosophy.

He describes the tools required for Missing: Tavernier FL. Prune any branches that rub, cross over another branch or interfere with the overall shape of the French lilac. Use pruning shears for branches with a diameter under ¾ inch and lopping shears on Missing: Tavernier FL. Most lilacs are low-maintenance, but regular pruning is important to maintain a desirable height as well as to enhance the size of the blooms.

A common lilac left unpruned can take on a leggy appearance over time with the flowers only appearing at the top of the shrubclearing.pwg: Tavernier FL.





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