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Blossoms on both species last about two weeks.

Deutzia – Pruning, Winter Care and Fertilizing. Prune these spring flowering shrubs soon after they have bloomed. Top prune the plant to improve the shape and reduce its size, but be careful not to remove more than 30% of the top growth. Some summer pruning can also be done on particularly vigorous plants, but not after mid-July.

Jan 27, Pruning and caring for deutzia. Once settled in, deutzia is a plant that needs little care.

It does, however, require some attention both for pruning and for watering, if you want to enhance its blooming and growth.

Pruning deutzia. Prune the sprigs of the year by more or less half, when the flowers have died off. Rejuvenation pruning. You may decide that your deutzia needs rejuvenation pruning. To do this, cut between one fifth and one third of the branches back to about cm from the ground. The number of branches you remove depends on how quickly you want to rejuvenate the plant. You should preferably cut down to an outward facing bud. Pruning is carried out by taking out all of the flowered stems - pruning Deutzia back by about one third of their previous length.

They were planted in a part sun flower bed.

So, each stem that has the faded flowers on, should be cut back, leaving around two thirds of the stem on the stumpchop.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins.

Aug 27, How to grow deutzia. Plant deutzia, preferably when plants are dormant, into well-prepared soil. Mulch and feed annually. No regular is pruning required, but do thin out overgrown plants by selective renovation pruning. Propagate by cuttings in summer or winter. 25 of the best flowering shrubs. Aug 21, stejms, these shrubs are generally pruned around July after flowering, they way to do it is to remove ALL the flowering stems down to ground level (that's the stems that gave you flowers THIS season) This will allow time for the plant / shrub to give out more new growth before the ravishes of winter as sometimes our winters kill of new or very tender growth.