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Question: pruning

I live in Oleggio (no) I returned from June I would like to know if I can prune the roses the hydrangeas the wild cherry the maple the jasmine thanks


Shrub pruning: Answer: pruning

Dear Dolores,

the roses are pruned in autumn or at the end of winter, to favor the development of new branches, if you can at the end of winter, within 30-40 days you will have the first flowering; prunus instead are pruned after flowering, if you prune them at the end of winter you will get very little spring flowering; hydrangeas can be pruned at the end of winter, or in autumn, simply by removing the withered inflorescences of last year, avoiding the excesses that could cause the production of very small inflorescences; the maple is pruned in autumn or at the end of winter, and the same applies to ilg elsomino (I believe it is a trachelospermum jasminoides), which can be pruned all year round, being a vigorous climber.

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