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May 27, The best time to prune your Viburnum snowball bush is after the flowers bloom in spring, since you can destroy next year’s flowers if you prune it too early or late.

Use a clean, sharp pair of shears to cut the oldest, thickest shoots as 93%. 1 of 1. 1 other review that is not currently recommended. Business website. Phone number.Get Directions. Business Center Dr 11 Yelp reviews.

Apr 10, The Snowball Bush is easy to care for and maintain and makes a great focal point for the center of a large yard or for the corner of a foundation planting. It is commonly grown as an ornamental plant for its flowers and berries. Being semi-evergreen, Snowballs create a beautiful spring and fall display in any treelop.buzzg: Northridge CA. Dec 17, Tip. H. macrophylla, H. paniculata and V. macrocephalum snowball bushes respond to complete renewal -- cutting the shrub to the ground -- but may take more than one season to resume heavy treelop.buzzg: Northridge CA.

Jun 15, Snowball bush viburnum is a popular and easy-to-grow landscape plant native to Europe and Asia. This large, moderately-quick growing shrub forms an upright dense mound and features 3-inch round clusters of flowers (resembling, of course, a snowball) that start out apple-green and morph to white, eventually fading to a rosy color similar to treelop.buzzg: Northridge CA.

38 reviews of Rosales Tree Care & Landscape Development"I had been looking for a landscaper for over 3 months to install artificial turf in my backyard (for a children's play set to go over it). Everyone that came out was either looking to cheat me or was priced way too much and over my budget.

My search ended as soon as I Yelped and found Eddie from Rosales Landscaping Yelp reviews. Apr 04, How do you root a snowball bush? Place cuttings in a mixture of moistened half perlite, half peat in a clean 2-inch pot. Firm the rooting mixture around the cutting to hold it upright. Place cuttings in a plastic bag. Water the pots, place the sealed bag in a brightly lit area, and keep the rooting medium evenly moist. Click to see full treelop.buzzg: Northridge CA.