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My new Hebes have suffered some frost damage - shall I prune them when the weather warms up ? This is waht SBG suggests



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Yes I would leave them till well after the risk of frost has gone and they are starting to show signs of growth. Perhaps give them a feed after pruning too.
This has happened to alot of Hebes this year.

21 Feb, 2010

 

Thanks Nicky

I have only just found your reply!

9 Mar, 2010

 

Is it just for the soft growth you prune. Mine r looking like this as well : (

17 Mar, 2010

 

yes I guess you take off the damaged leaves,but when the frosts are over!

18 Mar, 2010

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