CONNECTICUT, by landscaper John Holden at Land Designs
How to prune rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus). Rose of Sharon should be dormant pruned to remove crossing branches, branches that grow back into the shrub and branches that grow in the wrong direction.
If you give your rose of Sharon a little attention in the early spring it will flower best for you. This how to prune rose of Sharon video has all the hibiscus syriacus pruning information you need.
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