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May 12, Kousa dogwoods are genetically an upright, vase-shaped tree. Our native dogwoods grow quite differently, more reaching, horizontal branching. With that said, you can prune now to force branches a certain direction.

In the end I did my own thing and cut the plant in half, taking out dead and crossing branches.

Also, remember that this tree is putting on flower blooms in the bushfelling.pwg: Destin FL. Withmost trees, professionals advise that you could remove up to one-fifth of the foliage.

But when pruning a dogwood tree, Isay you should prune even less. Maybe something like one-eight of the foliage, or perhaps even one-sixteenth. Ifit doesn't grow a bunch ofwatersprouts from the pruning cuts inMissing: Destin FL.

Jun 27, Every year, in late winter, you'll want to remove about a third of the old, most faded stems from your Dogwood shrub, cutting them back to the ground. Also cut out any damaged or dead stems. This method will encourage more new, brightly colored stems to emerge when the plant emerges from dormancy in bushfelling.pwg: Destin FL. Jul 12, A: This isn’t a huge species, but without any pruning, Kousa dogwoods can grow 25 feet tall and wide.

You can keep it smaller with annual pruning. One good time is Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. Flowering dogwood needs minimal pruning to remain healthy. Prune away any damaged or diseased branches and remove any dead wood. Remove any branches that have insect damage or Missing: Destin FL. Jan 13, Prune your dogwood to encourage flowering in early summer.

June is generally considered the best month for this type of pruning, but any time in the early summer will work. You should not snip buds off during the dormant season since doing so will cut the flowers off before they have the chance to open, rather than simply redirecting the K.

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