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How to Prune Bottle Brush Plants.?

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1. Use pruning shears to remove any limbs that are discolored or diseased. These include limbs with yellow or brown leaves as well as bark that has turned black rather than brown. Also remove leaves or bark that have black spots as this indicates the
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Hey Lily, Pruning the BBT will help it to bloom next year. You should wait until the cooler weahter in the fall, but then here are some tips: Stand back and get a feel for how you
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You need to get it pruned before there is a frost, as with any other Brush from the Clensing genus. Its unlikely to look its best if you skipped a year pruning. However you might
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