|Rose||Prune annually for best flower production. Trim early in the month before new spring growth begins.|
|Nandina||Prune as needed. Cut the leggy and oldest canes near the ground. New shoots will develop at the location of your pruning cuts.|
|Abelia||Shape plants to desired form early in March.|
|Spring Flowering Shrubs:
spirea, forsythia (yellow bells), flowering quince, loropetalum, breath-of-spring(winter honeysuckle), weigela, lilac, etc.
|Prune IMMEDIATELY after flowering, but not after July 10th. In general, cut oldest limbs near the ground level for constant rejuvenation of shrubs.|