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When to prune and reasons to do so

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Although late winter is generally the ideal time for pruning chores, many of our spring-blooming shrubs are best pruned immediately after flowers have faded.

Observing the plants in north Louisiana, many of these have finished blooming and now is the time to begin pruning such plants as azaleas, spirea, mock-orange, weigela, camellia, sasanqua camellia, forsythia, deutzia, banana shrub, sweet olive, honeysuckle and flowering quince.

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