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It's a smaller lilac bush, only at about 2' right now.



} At ' they are small compared to the common lilacs ('; perfect to sniff from a second floor window), but not tiny enough to be cast alongside Snow White. S. meyeri grows to about 8', S. chinensis to nearly 15'.

So if you want a dwarf lilac to remain less than 8' or a common lilac to be less than 20', plan to prune it regularly. Apr 02, How to Prune Lilac Bushes.



Japanese tree lilacs generally require little, if any, pruning until they are about 3 years old.



When pruning lilacs, cutting back the tops of overgrown stems is oftentimes not enough. It is generally better to cut the entire stem.





Trimming lilacs is best accomplished using clippers. Remove spent blooms all the way to the stems to prevent seeding and encourage more blooms later on. Cut back about a third of the bushtrim.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Jun 30, In general, by the time a stem reaches more than 2 inches in diameter, it should be pruned. If you are diligent with annual pruning of your lilac, the shrub will grow to about 8 feet tall with flowers throughout the branches.

The time to prune mature lilac plants is just after the flowers have faded in the bushtrim.pwted Reading Time: 6 mins.

Jul 14, How do you prune lilacs? There are several techniques involved in pruning a lilac bush: Get rid of dead, broken or diseased stems first, as well as any weaker branches. In addition, cut branches to prevent rubbing or crossing. Remove old stems that are thicker than two inches. This prevents your lilac from growing too tall and encourages the growth of young shoots.



If you can't stand the look of your old lilac or you just want a quicker approach, you can take the drastic measure of cutting back the entire plant to about 6 to 8 inches above the ground in the early spring.



The stems Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Jun 10, To prune your lilacs, start deadheading in early-to-late spring by cutting the flowers at their base just after they’ve reached their peak. You should also cut any flowers that are already dying so they don’t sap energy that could be used for new bushtrim.pw: K.





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