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1. Prune yellow bells shrubs after the last blooms fade in late spring or early summer. Avoid pruning in late summer or fall as this will affect the number. Sep 21, Prune Yellow Bell Shrubs. Prune yellow bells shrubs after the last blooms fade in late spring or early summer. Avoid cutting in a hedge or formal shape as this can greatly reduce the number of buds and resulting flowers. Remove older large branches from the inner areas of young yellow bells shrubs.

Nov 09, Water newly planted yellow bell bushes every five to seven days and established bushes every six to 10 days. Wet the entire root zone to a depth of 12 inches and let the soil dry out in the top 1. Sep 02, Sometimes, severe rejuvenation pruning works well, which should be done in early spring by pruning it back to 1 foot tall and wide. Usually, yellow bells respond by growing back fairly quickly. If however, after a few weeks it has not, it means that it is declining due to age and you can pull it out and plant a new shrubtrim.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins.

Sep 30, Rooting A Yellow Bell Bush. You can even cut the limbs and put in water in the house, they will root and then you can plant them. Be sure you trim them the right time of the year or they won't bloom next year. Been there done that. (04/04/) By kddid.

Rooting A Yellow Bell Bush. Yellow Bells (or Forsythia) root very easily. Jul 20, Thanks for the link. I always google, and don't know why I got lazy and didn't do it this time. Appreciate your help. Helpful I googled Yellow Bell Bush Flower and it showed two different kinds.

I think you should do the same and look at the pictures to determine which one you have and then study up on it. I stopped pruning it 3. Oct 10, Quote.

It doesn't get rid of them but it may be keeping them from taking over.

Bookmark. Birdlady_Susie Mesa, AZ Jun 22, You could try using bacillus thuringiensis (BT) spray or powder on it. Could be a caterpiller or other sucking type bug and BT will cure that problem toot sweet!

The damage to the leaves makes me think of the grape skeletonizer, on which BT also works well. As the plant matures, renewal pruning will be needed.

You can also layer a branch from your plant.

This is done in early spring, by removing the largest, heaviest canes all the way to the ground. One to five branches can be removed each year, depending on the size of the plant.

If a reduction in the plants overall height is needed, it should be done in combination with renewal pruning.