How Do I Prune A Confederate Rose Hibiscus?

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Hi my name is kim.
I have a quite large confederate rose bush which stand about 30' wide and 15' tall. Can you please advise how much I should cut for more fuller appearance?
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Answer #1 · Gardenality.com's Answer · Hi Kim,

If you live in USDA Zone 8 the Confederate Rose Hibiscus should be dormant. Prune all of last years dead branches back to about 6" to a foot in height. The new growth will begin to emerge in April sometime. If we have a late winter it may be May before seeing the new growth. Pruning is necessary every year prior to spring.

Pruning should not be necessary during the growing season.

Brooks Wilson)


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Kim Pomeroy · Gardenality Seed · Zone 8A · 10° to 15° F
Hi Brooks,,
Thanks for your answer, however, I live in Savannah GA, where confederate roses do not go in to dormant stage. As I mentioned in my previous question that my confederate rose is about 30' wide and 15' tall. Do I cut or prune any portion of the tree to make fuller look?

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