A philodendron can be easily pruned by cutting stems while maintaining one or two leaves per shoot so each pruning has leaves and a stem segment. The pruned segments can be bunched together in the same pot to form a new plant.Know More
A philodendron is an easy-to-grow houseplant that requires very little maintenance. To maintain ideal health and size, regular pruning is recommended.
A split-leaf philodendron is a tropical plant that can be grown indoors. Its other names are window leaf and swiss-cheese plant. The split-leaf philodendron has large leaves with splits that give them unusual texture. This plant is sensitive to temperatures below 60 degrees and grows well in medium lighting. Split-leaf philodendron is excellent for decorating indoor rooms.Full Answer >
If a globe willow has lost its original shape, it should gradually be pruned back into shape over a few years to minimize the shock from pruning. To prune a globe willow properly, you need a bucket, denatured alcohol, water, a soft cloth, a handsaw and pruning shears. Prune in the early spring, when the tree's growth has just started.Full Answer >
Evening primrose plants require regular watering, pruning and fertilizing to maintain their beauty. Caring for this plant requires a watering hose or can, fertilizer and pruning shears. Caring for the plant takes less than 30 minutes a few times a year.Full Answer >
An SFGate article suggests that pruning should be done on a silver mound plant, also known as Artemisia schmidtiana, after the flowers fade in the summer season. Pinch back shrubs in April or May to shape them.Full Answer >