Call to get tree service such as tree romoval,


stump grinding, bush trimming, shrub mulching


or resolve any other tree related issues now:




Call now +1 (855) 280-15-30



It gets white flowers in the spring, and bronze-tinted leaves in the winter.



Feb 26, The best time to prune nandina is in winter, when it is dormant. As far as how, the folks at Texas A&M University recommend cutting about a quarter of the stems down to the ground. Then cut a third of the total stem height off one out of every four remaining stems.



Make cuts in a staggered, step-like formation.



Next, prune about one quarter of the stems two-third of the height of the plant. If you plan carefully, you can actually make that happen in early spring, but from my experience early fall is better. Nandina is a very slow grower, unlike other shrubs, pruning as soon as she wakes up can make her slow down her growth further.

So, yes, you can prune her in early spring, but like I. Sep 02, Time needed: 30 minutes. How to Prune Nandina Domestica.



Cut half an inch above the bud or node See the red markings in the picture.



Remove Dead Wood. First look for any dead wood then cut out with either a pruning saw or loppers. Cut as close to the ground as you can. Place cuttings in a wheelbarrow or bucket so you won’t have to pick then up later. Decide on the Height of the stumpgrind.pwted Reading Time: 3 mins.





© stumpgrind.pw | 1479 1480 1481 1482 1483 | Privacy Policy