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Ron Yeo, FAIA Architect
San Marino Residence
necessary to prune, thin saplings or limb up your trees to create an environment that welcomes sunlight.
sider pruning, limbing up or removal to open up your space. Your garden space will speak to you if you open your mind and soul and simply listen. My approach to garden design incorporates a bit of mysticism, as I believe that a space will let you know what it yearns to become. A successfully executed
necessary to prune, thin saplings or limb up your trees to create an environment that welcomes sunlight. You may also need to hire a good arborist to remove trees that are detracting from the overall feel of your garden or inhibiting your sight lines. This sometimes requires fortitude, but your garden will
“Escalera jardin” — carlosrodolfo
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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time to prune or shape a Camellia is just after the flowers have faded. Camellias do not require pruning, generally, but it's not uncommon to want to give the shrub some shape. You can even prune now while it's in bloom, it won't hurt the plant by doing so, but you will cut off many blooms, and that's
recommend pruning after July since next year's buds are beginning to form, and you will loss those for next year. In summary, you can prune anytime, but the timing will affect the blooms you either have now or expect to have next year. So, best time to prune with this understanding is right after the flowers
“I'd love a camellia bush somewhere in our landscaping for it's pretty winter blooms.” — Rachel Kern Norton
Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting
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benefit from pruning in spring. Concentrate on removing nonproductive older branches by pruning them off near the base of the shrub — loppers or a pruning saw work well for this type of pruning. As the temperatures warm, new growth will appear.Shown: New growth emerging from a severely pruned woody shrub.
“jj” — Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting
Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting
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Prune frost-damaged growth. Make sure to wait to prune until the danger of frost has passed. Not sure when your last frost date is? Check out your city's average frost dates.Frost-tender plants, like lantana (Lantana spp), look their best when pruned severely back to 6 inches. This type of pruning
Shown: Pruned 'Radiation' Lantana (Lantana camara 'Radiation')
“Cutback lantana in march” — frankinbon
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
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Porch and Exterior Mouldings Design and Colors
Prune your landscaping. This helps show off the great railings and details of your porch and helps protect them, too. I learned the hard way last summer that my charming pink roses were causing my porch rails to rot. Some pruning could have saved me a lot of money in repairs.
“Porch railings” — Jennifer Fread Markey
Susana Merenfeld de Weisleder
Architec's house
Prune dead limbs from trees and shrubs. Complete this task before the leaves fall off and remove only those limbs that are clearly dead. Don't prune off any living or healthy limbs at this time. Always be sure you know what type of trees and shrubs you have and what their specific care is, but
“Soft grasses by tree” — tmgates
Enroot Landscape Planning and Design
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branches. Pruning: Unlike most fruit trees, a quince tree doesn’t need much pruning. If you’re growing it as a shrub, keep up to five central stems as trunks and thin out tightly angled branches to open up the interior of the plant. If you’re growing it as a tree, remove any additional strong central trunks
immediately prune off infected branches about 6 inches below where the disease appears. Sterilize your pruning tools after each cut (yes, it’s that easily spread) and dispose of clippings well away from the rest of the garden. Harvest: Once the fruit is fully colored in fall, it’s time to harvest. Yellow
simply prune to shape and remove dead or weak branches. Remove any suckers growing from the base of the plant. Pests and diseases: Pests are not much of a problem, although codling moths can sometimes invade. Fireblight is usually the real issue with these trees, leaving the plant with dead branches
“St Francis” — hillbillycrib
Bill Marken
California Gardener's January Checklist
tigridias.Prune roses. This is the optimum time, even though some roses may still be blooming. As a general guideline, cut plants back by about a third and leave three to five canes sprouting from the base. Remember that pruning varies by type of rose.Get bare-root plants in the ground. If the soil is dry
other care.Prune deciduous fruit trees and shade trees. The best time is when trees are dormant and leafless. Make sure your shears are sharp. Wait until spring-flowering shrubs and trees (such as lilacs) have finished blooming before pruning them.More guides to California gardening on Houzz
midwinter pruning, cleanup and even some planting.Care for camellias. Freely cut early-blooming camellia blooms (such as 'Guilio Nuccio', shown) to bring indoors. Make cuts above new leaf buds to encourage bushy growth. Pick up fallen blossoms to stop the spread of the disease called petal blight.Move living
“care for camelias” — kdallenpr
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