Mid­sum­mer and late-sea­son bloomers

Canadian Gardening Annual 2016 - - How-to -

Prune cer­tain shrubs (list pro­vided be­low) be­fore their buds break in early spring. Names marked with an as­ter­isk should be cut back hard; for the rest, sim­ply re­move the old­est branches as needed.

1. Ja­panese an­gel­ica-tree (Aralia elata) 2. But­ter­fly bush (Bud­dleja cvs.)* 3. Cary­opteris (Cary­opteris ×clan­do­nen­sis cvs.)* 4. Bush-hon­ey­suckle (Diervilla spp. and cvs.)* 5. Com­mon witch­hazel (Ha­mamelis vir­gini­ana and cvs.) 6. Rose of Sharon (Hi­bis­cus syr­i­a­cus cvs.)

7. In­cred­iball smooth hy­drangea (Hy­drangea ar­borescens ‘Abetwo’)* 8. Pan­i­cle hy­drangea (H. pan­ic­u­lata cvs.) 9. St. John’s wort (Hyper­icum spp. and cvs.) 10. Po­ten­tilla (Dasiphora fru­ti­cosa and cvs.) 11. Ural falsespirea (Sor­baria sorb­ifo­lia)* 12. Spirea (Spi­raea – most species and cul­ti­vars)

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