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Aug 29, First Pinching: Start pinching stems in spring when the plants have reached a height of about 6 inches in length. To pinch them back, grab a stem between your thumb and index finger about 2 to 3 inches above the base of the plant, and just above a leaf, and simply pinch it off. Cut off the top 1/3 to 1/2 of varieties that bloom in spring and early summer, immediately after the flowers fade, to encourage reblooming and improve the appearance of the plant.

Apr 02, Depending on the plant, pruning may stimulate increased branching, larger leaves, bigger flowers, or more prolific blooms.

For fruiting trees, shrubs, or vines, if the number of stems and flower buds is decreased, the plants may produce fewer fruits but those remaining fruits are usually larger and fruit production will likely be more. Take Basal cuttings in the spring. Select sturdy young shoots cm (in) high with the leaves just unfolding, including part of the woody tissue at the base.

basal cuttings of last year’s stock. In spring as crowns come into growth, take cm (in) cuttings, cutting as close as possible to the crown. The proper time to prune deciduous shrubs is determined by the plant's growth habit, bloom time, and health or condition. Spring-flowering shrubs, such as lilac and forsythia, bloom in spring on the growth of the previous season. The plant's health or condition determines the best time to prune. Pruning: Pinch approximately 1 inch from the branch tips two to three times during the growing season to encourage branching and a sturdier plant.

Early bloomers that bloom in mid-September, should be pinched no later than mid-June.