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Nov 28, Bridal Wreath Spirea Pruning Bridal wreath spirea (Spiraea vanhouttei) is a shrub that produces tiny white blooms, each with five rounded petals, on arching branches. The flowers Missing: Destin FL. Feb 16, Bridal wreath spirea blooms in the spring from buds that were set on the growth from the year before. Late summer or fall pruning removes the growth which then reduces the number of buds on the shrub. For a full blooming season, the shrub needs pruned as Missing: Destin FL.

Aug 23, Never try to prune a bridal wreath spirea into a compact bush, or you will sacrifice its unique charm. Trimming back so that it does not get too Missing: Destin FL. Jul 21, The best time to prune spring-blooming spireas is immediately after the shrubs finish blooming.



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As with any pruning project, start by removing dead, diseased, spindly, or split branches. Prune Missing: Destin FL. Jun 03, This week I am showing how to carry out a rejuvenation pruning on your Spiraea Bridal Wreath. When to do it and how to do it, starting with a general reducti Missing: Destin FL. You can actually cut the plant back to as low as 6 inches in height if you so choose and the plant will recover nicely.

It's really up to you. The good thing about heavy pruning a Spirea is that once pruned you can then keep better control of the size and shape of the plant.



If the shrub has grown too dense, rather than prune off the top of the shrub straight across, I suggest a more selective pruning that will maintain the natural rounded and mounding form of the shrub while opening it up so sunlight can get in.



I've been doing some minor pruning to control the shape of my shrubdisposal.pwg: Destin FL. Oct 13, Bridal Wreath Spirea should be pruned right after blooming to reduce height and maintain the desired shape. Cut back a third of the canes, preferably the oldest and tallest ones, all the way to the ground.

Do not shear only the top growth to preserve the plant’s naturally arching shrubdisposal.pwg: Destin FL.





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