Low evergreen junipers - Knowledgebase Question

kalamazoo, MI
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Question by dfgquilter
March 25, 2007
So glad to start to think about gardening in 2007!
I have several of those evergreen and very low Junipers.
They are getting too wide for their area. When can I safely trim them back and how much at a time?
I would really appreciate your help! Dorian Gesink

Answer from NGA
March 25, 2007
Prune evergreens in late winter/early spring just before new growth starts. Never prune more than one-quarter of a plant in any growing season or too much photosynthesizing capability is lost.

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