For major pruning, the best time is in early spring before the plant is ready to put out new growth, so it has the full growing season to fill out and for the new growth to mature. When pruning azaleas to reduce height, particularly older plants, it is best to do the pruning in stages, to minimize the shock to the bushtrim.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. Oct 11, Ensure a riot of flowers to enjoy next summer and put up your clippers after springtime.
The ideal time to give your azaleas a trim is within a three-week period after they finish blooming in spring. This gives the azaleas plenty of time to make flower buds (which appear as pale, fuzzy buds curled tight on the tips of branches) for next bushtrim.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. Mar 27, Mar 27, The long answer is hard or severe pruning should occur in the weeks immediately following the blooming cycle.
So if your Azalea blooms in April and is done blooming by June 1st, I would trim it beginning in June and no later than mid July. A severe pruning after this time frmae will inhibit blooming for next year. Apr 16, When pruning your azalea to encourage growth, the best time to prune is before spring growth starts; this ensures that you will still see flowers during the next year’s blooming cycle.
It also helps prepare the newly-trimmed growth for the more rigorous winter later on. Jun 19, So if you prune this year’s growth too late which will be last year’s growth next year you’ll be cutting off next year’s flowers.
Not something you want to do. With that, here are a few tips for when to prune your azaleas: The best time to prune your azaleas is within 3 weeks of when they are done blooming.
Nov 12, Trim the bush carefully after the flowers are gone. When spring comes and goes and the bright flowers begin to die, it's time to do your annual light pruning. Use hand trimmers to carefully trim back long stems. Make careful cuts in order to improve the shape of the bush.
Trim back areas that seem too crowded, and don't overdo it in the thinner bushtrim.buzz: K.