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'How To Prune Honeysuckle'

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 18th October 2013

…Griffiths Question: When should I cut back my honeysuckle? Answer: Hi Sarah, honeysuckles which flower on the previous season's growth, such as Lonicera periclymenum, should be pruned back by about a third in late summer, straight after flowering. Honeysuckles which flower on the current season's…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 14th October 2011

…compost. Every 3 years you will need to either pot up the honeysuckle to a larger pot or prune the roots and place the plant in fresh compost. Feed the honeysuckle annually for the best flowers and foliage, and make sure the compost stays moist as honeysuckles will suffer in dry conditions. I hope…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 13th August 2010

…any dead stems back to healthy growth to encourage the plant to rejuvenate. Hope that helps Sheila. Name: Kay Mckenna Question: Should I prune my blueberry, if so, when and how? Answer: Hi Kay, blueberries fruit on stems produced in the previous year and should not need to be pruned in their first 3…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 13th July 2012

…still need to keep an eye out for slugs in the greenhouse, and I'm afraid that you will probably need to resort to slug pellets when you first plant them out. Best of luck. Name: Ilya Burkin Question: Hi. Could you help me and explain what is wrong with my Honeysuckle Americana and how I can save my…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 10th June 2011

…start to see some improvement as your plants settle in. We hope they pick up soon Yvette, let us know how you get on. Name: Black Tulip Question: Hello, i received my rose 'royal occasion' from you 3 weeks ago and it looked pretty dead to me but i realise it is sent out in a dormant state. how long…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 11th January 2013

…in it? Answer: Hi Elaine, how lovely to have a blank canvas! You've listed some nice plants to use - and you're quite right to suggest using evergreens as they give the garden some structure during winter. All these plants will require some maintenance, whether it's pruning the shrubs and climbers…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 22nd August 2014

…troublesome to dig in. I hope this helps you to decide, Sarah * Ann Olson-Neumann * When is the best time of Autumn to cut back / prune my apple & cherry trees. Also how far from the branch - meaning the minimum of branch left. They are not OLD TREES 5yrs, still small girth. I want to prune hard as…

Facebook questions jan 21st

to cut it back please. Answer: Hi Jo, it's best to prune Fuchsias in the spring as Kevin has suggested. If you notice any weak spindly growth, cut these shoots right back to the base. If your Lady Boothby is well established, prune out the oldest stems when the fresh buds begin to break, aiming to

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 19th October 2012

…back to ground level in February each year, thus breaking the lifecycle of the bug which overwinters on dormant canes. Burning the prunings should be sufficient to control the problem. I would suggest that you try this first. Give the plants a really good mulch of well rotted manure after pruning to