When should you prune a box hedge?

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The best time to prune a box hedge plant is in early June or anytime during early summer. An early pruning will give your plant ample time to ripen before the new growth in autumn. It is best pruned using a sharp pair of hand shears.
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1. Trim cedar hedges in early spring if the effect desired is to make them fuller. Pruning the sides of the hedge all the way around encourages growth outward. However, be cautious,
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Fall and spring are the best times to prune hedges. WOW such and in depth answer. Pruning hedge plants should begin soon after they are transplanted to ensure they do not become leggy
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I do not know your climate but for trees in the midwest you need to prune evergreens before Sept 15 so the branches can heal completely before winter.
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The RHS recommends deciduous stocky shrubs, naturally bushy at the base, e.g. beech, hornbeam, hazel and flowering shrubs such as Forsythia and Ribes sanguineum be treated as a group
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