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Oct 20, Grumpy's sure-fire, no messing around, always guaranteed correct answer: Gardenia blooms on new growth, so you can prune it now, this winter, or early spring without eliminating the blooms.



Last winter I had one beautiful bloom.



Cut it back as far as you need to. The only time you don't want to prune is when it's setting flower buds or you'll cut off all the treemulching.pw: Steve Bender. Jun 18, Gardenias will set their flower buds for the next year in the fall, so pruning in the summer will allow you to cut back some of the older wood without risking cutting away newly set buds.

Most varieties of gardenia only bloom once a year, though breeders have developed a few varieties that can bloom more than once a year. Before pruning your gardenia, make sure to check that the variety that Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Jan 04, It is best to prune your gardenia shrub right after the blooms have faded in the summer.

Gardenias will set their flower buds the next year in fall, so pruning in the summer will allow you to cut 96%.

Nov 10, Pruning in fall will remove flower buds and greatly reduce flowering next year.



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Other types, including 'August Beauty,' 'Kimura Shikazaki,' and 'Miami Supreme,' bloom on both previous year's growth and new growth. This means that fall pruning will reduce the spring bloom, but new spring growth will produce flowers in treemulching.pw: Steve Bender. Respecting Bud Development Because gardenia flowers form on old growth, if you hack up your shrub before the flowering period, you will likely lose most, if not all, of your blooms. To avoid this, Missing: Goldenrod FL.

Mar 24, Or, you could wait until it blooms, and cut it back then. Enjoy the blooms by putting the cut branches with flowers in vases in your house. So, to Missing: Goldenrod FL.









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