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Can you prune spirea in the summer?

Know when to prune your specific variety of spirea.

Other varieties of Spirea should be pruned after the flowering has finished. For varieties of Spirea that bloom in spring, that will usually be late spring. For varieties of Spirea that bloom in summer, that will usually be late summer or fall.

Also, can you trim spirea in the summer?

These shrubs will flower in either the spring or mid-summer, depending on the species. To get the best blooms, BrightView horticulturist Scott Kopitskie recommends giving your spirea a rejuvenation prune. Don’t be afraid of damaging your shrub; it will grow back in time for the season.

Likewise, how far back can you prune spirea? Fall Prune Cut back each stem to within 8 to 12 inches of the ground. In spring, a severely pruned spirea grows new stems that are all capable of flowering.

Besides, can I cut my spirea to the ground?

The spirea genus (Spiraea spp.) Spireas are cut back to the ground so that new, healthy shoots can grow.

How do you prune hydrangeas in the fall?

Cut these stems close to the ground. Remember buds for blooms are produced on old wood and the more old wood you remove the less floral display in the spring and summer. To rejuvenate the hydrangea, remove up to 1/3 of the older living stems down to the ground each summer. This will revitalize the plant.

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