By Duston On October 17, 2011
Posted in: Trimming & Pruning Tips
that was very helpful i will prune my walking stick even further than I have in the fall
Great teaching video. I have a HLWstick that is about 12-15 years old. It is over 10 ft. and about as round. How do I prune this. It is now interfering with a nearby trellis (actuallly a climbing apparatus our kids used) where I have a clematis. Is it okay to be aggressive with my clippers? I love this thing and don’t want to kill it.
Can I cut the sucker from H.L.W. stick In the spring or do I have to wait until this fall and do cut the sucker all the way to the ground ?
Terry, cut it any time you want, the sooner the better. Cut suckers as close to the plant as you can to keep them from growing back. Then throughout the growing season look for new sucker buds and pinch them off before they have a chance to grow. -Mike McGroarty
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