Pruning Summer Snowflake Viburnum - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by s_is4sonia
October 31, 2004
What is the best time of year to prune summer snowflake viburnum?

Answer from NGA
October 31, 2004
Summer Snowflake Viburnum is a beautiful, repeat blooming shrub. The heaviest display of white flowers will be produced from mid April to early May, but throughout the rest of the summer additional flowers will be produced as the plant grows. Because the plant continues to bloom throughout the summer, it seldom sets fruit. This viburnum blooms on new wood so it can be pruned after the main flower display (mid-summer), and/or early in the spring, before new growth begins. Enjoy!

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