How do you prune Wisteria? In what month?

Lydia Rodarte-Quayle
2020-11-16 11:23:35
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1. Wisteria pruning time and method

1. Summer pruning: In the summer around July, a light pruning should be carried out for the Wisteria, and the withered flowers on the plant should be cut off, and the dead old branches on the plant should be cut off.Because it can bloom twice, pruning after the first bloom can help the plant save nutrients and is good for its second bloom.

2, winter pruning: winter Wisteria will enter the dormant period, flowers and leaves will all fall off, so pruning branches is very convenient.At this time, heavy pruning is needed, only 2-3 buds are retained on each branch, and the rest of the buds need to be cut off.In addition, but also on the plant growth is not strong twigs and lateral branches are cut off.This reduces nutrient consumption and allows the plant to concentrate nutrients on the remaining branches to ensure that enough flowers can be produced.

2. Precautions for Pruning Wisteria

1. When pruning in summer, if there are buds on the plant, be careful not to hurt them.They are fragile and will fall off when touched, so be careful when handling them.

2. After winter pruning, put the plant in a place where the temperature is between 5 and 10 degrees Celsius.At this time, it is in dormancy, putting it in such an environment is more conducive to its dormancy, which is good for its growth and flowering in the coming year.

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