Wendy Jeffrey

Sat, 20 May 2017 01:56:56 +0000

How and When to Prune Lilacs


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    Sweet Woodruff This is a perfect shade loving plant if you have a shady, difficult spot you want to cover. These white flowers will bloom in May and June. They are simple and even smell great too!

    Suckers can detract from the tree form of lilacs, but are useful for propagation.

    Beloved by gardeners far and wide, hydrangeas nevertheless present some confusion when it comes time for hydrangea pruning. Here are basics that should guide you and help your hydrangea flowers growing healthy and strong.

    Learn the tricks for when to prune hydrangeas so you will have summer blooms. Learn about the three types of hydrangeas and the best times to cut them.

    Rhododendrons geven in het algemeen de voorkeur aan iets zure, luchtige grond. Bij het planten dient men de struiken niet te diep te planten: veel soorten hebben hun wortels vrij dicht onder de oppervlakte. Ook een te veel aan water kan de wortels van lucht beroven. Direct na het planten en de eerste tijd hierna kan water geven nuttig zijn. De meeste soorten kunnen zon goed verdragen, sommige dan weer niet.

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    When to Prune Different Kinds of Hydrangeas