Surrey, United Kingdom
I have a very well established camillia -probably at least 25 to 30 years old. It flowers beautifully each year and we don't do anything to it. however I am wanting to prune it back as I'd like to plant something else next to it, and now (June) seems a good time as it has finished flowering and not many buds are forming yet. I find any later and the buds for next year are forming and quite large and I fear ruining next years flowering. Would I be wrong to do this now or shall I wait until the autumn or winter.
- 23 Jun, 2010