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Original Post by Naki1

pruning mistake

<p>Last year I stupidly cut back my dwarf lilac too late; consequentlt there were only 3 flowers this year (last year it was smothered). I realise now i must prune straight after flowering, but should I only prune the branches that have flowered and leave the rest, or can I at the same time lightly prune and reshape the whole bush.?</p>
<p>If I do so will I inhibit next year's flowering?</p>
<p>Thanks</p>
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