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On Aug 23, salongirl from Anna, TX wrote: I am having a problem.

How to Prune an Althea Bush. Althea shrubs (Hibiscus syriacus), are also commonly known as Rose of Sharon. They bloom with large, showy flowers in summer and early fall and thrive in full sun or. Lynn, MA Shrub Pruning is an art and science. Great pruning requires an understanding of species characteristics and growth habits so that we can enhance their natural forms. We prune with a focus on lasting health, appearance and future growth.

We can manage your ornamental shrubs and hedges to keep them looking their best. The [ ].

These don't even need to be dug out, just grab hold of them and pull.

Poor Flowering on Rose of Sharon After Pruning. I planted an althea bush (Hibiscus syriacus) a year ago. It flowered great that year. In fall I pruned it back. It grew 2 feet but only bloomed on the tips of the branches.

It is beautiful, and I have not had the problems that others have talk about.

Prune althea bushes, also known as Rose of Sharon, in late spring. Prune young plants hard to encourage branching at the base. An althea bush, also known as a rose of Sharon, is a large deciduous shrub with single or double flowers that bloom during the summer.

Flowers vary in color including red, white, purple and blue. An althea bush makes an excellent single specimen in the landscape, or grouped together in a mass planin. Althea is a shrub that can reach up to 12 feet high.

Also known as Rose of Sharon, althea is hardy in USDA map zones 5a to 9a. Prune althea in late winter or early spring. Pruning at that time will encourage new growth which is important since althea blooms on new wood. You can prune althea to restrict height or.