Prune Hydrangeas and Gardenias Immediately After Blooming

Daniel Gill, West, Lisa  |  7/11/2007 10:40:09 PM

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(Audio 07/02/07) Hydrangeas and gardenias bloom in the early summer. Although most of the summer-flowering shrubs we grow in our landscapes bloom on new growth, hydrangeas and gardenias set their flower buds in late summer. When the plants finish flowering, prune them quickly so as not to cut off next year's flower buds. (Runtime: 60 seconds)
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