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Gardeners should prune these trees in late winter or early spring, while the sumac tree remains dormant. Most trees get pruned at this time, except those that have showy spring flowers grown on old growth, where pruning would reduce the flower display.

Sumac is not one of these trees. Native to the eastern United States, staghorn sumac is adaptable to a wide range of soils and conditions, renowned for growing in spots other shrubs cannot survive, such as steep hillsides. This. This sumac shrub will grow to be around 8 feet tall and wide. When pruning in late winter or early spring, remove any branches that grow beyond the desired shape and height of the shrub.

Use sharp shears and make clean cuts straight across each Time: June. The best time to rejuvenate large, overgrown shrubs is late winter or early spring (March or early April). Heavy pruning in late winter or early spring will reduce or eliminate the flower display for 2 or 3 years. However, rejuvenation pruning will restore the health of the shrubs. The best time to prune healthy, well-maintained spring. Before pruning your staghorn sumac, done gloves, because the sap is a bit sticky.

Pruning actually isn’t a requirement. If you wish to reshape your sumac or balance the branches somewhat, prune in fall. Eliminate suckers and shoots that pop up out of the soil as soon as you notice them.

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