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Sep 21, Cut back all branches to within a foot of ground level. Although you will sacrifice blooms for that year, a healthier, happier snowball bush should emerge the following season. If you cannot bear to part with all the blooms for the entire season, consider splitting the renewal pruning over three years, removing one-third of the old canes each year.

Dec 17, Cut shoots back, also called heading back, one-third their length to encourage branching. Make cuts on branches above growth nodes to encourage branching. Remove older limbs in mature Chinese. Jun 15, Pruning Snowball Bush Viburnum. Prune lightly if needed (for example, if you are growing it in a tight spot) just after the flowering period is over. You can cut the flowers to use in floral displays- if you aren't cutting them, pinch off the spent blossoms to encourage new growth.

This plant self-seeds so be prepared to pull up baby shoots around the mama plant. Trim for size occasionally, cut back a bit harder in spring (late March to early April). Water on a regular basis but don't keep the area overly wet. Fertilize 3 times a year (in spring, summer and autumn) with a. If you're training your Snowball Viburnum Shrub to provide a lot of blooms, prune it back in spring after it has begun blooming to encourage more growth.

On the other hand, if the branches have become too long and you're more concerned with shaping a mature bush, cut back one-third of the canes in fall to thin out the base. Sep 21, Allow the container to drain completely. Cut a stem from the snowball bush that is the current year’s growth. Current stems on the shrub are suitable for rooting when you bend a stem and it snaps into two pieces. Select a 6-inch stem with leaves and cut the stem just under a leaf node.

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