hail damage - Knowledgebase Question

Union Dale, Pe
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Question by jimandbobbi
September 24, 2010
I received 2-4

Answer from NGA
September 24, 2010
How sad for your plants! It's best to leave the damaged plants alone. I know they look unattractive but pruning encourages new growth and that new growth won't have time to harden off before cold weather arrives. It will die back and you'll end up pruning again in the spring. I'd just leave the plants alone for now. In the spring you can prune away the damaged parts. Good luck with your landscape!

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