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Northern Bayberry Morella pensylvanica Posted by foraygardengirl.



In general, these plants are either slow growing or “specimen” type plants that will need a minimal amount of pruning. Pruning, however, can be very important to the overall look of the plant.



Only one cultivar exists, 'Wildwood'.



Only prune in early spring before the plant leafs out. Crossing, badly formed or damaged branches should be removed back to a main treelopping.pwg: Molino FL.

Sep 21, Prune the northern bayberry in spring and fall to maintain its shape and size. Cut back any stray branches using the tool that is appropriate to the size of the branch to be cut. Place the pruned plant material in your compost treelopping.pwg: Molino FL.

Feb 06, Pruning shrubs is best done in the very early spring before new growth appears. In general when pruning an overgrown shrub, you can cut out some of the main stems at the base to let light in, and cut out some of the twiggy tip growth. If your shrub is really overgrown, I would recommend the three year treelopping.pwg: Molino FL. Sep 17, Propagating Bayberry Shrubs Like many shrubs, bayberry is best propagated by rooting softwood or semi-softwood cuttings: Immediately after the blossoms have faded, take a 6-inch cutting from vigorous side branches, making the cut just below a leaf node.





Remove all the leaves from the lower half of the cutting and dip this end in rooting treelopping.pwcal Name: Myrica pensylvanica. Nov 06, Beautyberry is a sprawling, small shrub (3 to 8 feet tall; 4 to 8 feet wide) that works well in borders or as a specimen plant. The branches form long arches that bend toward the ground. Pruning will keep the plant more compact, but be sure to prune before the plant flowers. The deciduous leaves are light green, coarse, and treelopping.pwg: Molino FL.





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