|When is the best time to prune a weeping blue atlas cedar?
|Answer from NGA
September 6, 2005
|In general, these trees are not usually pruned once their initial shape has been determined during early years of staking and training. After that, a bit of pruning in the spring can help maintain the shape and size. You can remove as much as one-half the new growth that develops in the spring without stressing your cedar. Don't cut too much more than that or you'll lose the shape of the tree.
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