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When I click on the how to prune for this plant the link is broken.

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  • Posted: Thu. 21st May 2015 12:51

Re: When I click on the how to prune for this plant the link is broken.

Reply from Nicola

Hi Sam, can you give some more details of where on this plant page you are finding the broken link? Or is the link in a care instruction article? I need to track down where you are to work out what might be wrong. Thanks Nicola

Re: When I click on the how to prune for this plant the link is broken.

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  • Posted: Thu. 21st May 2015 13:24

Re: When I click on the how to prune for this plant the link is broken.

Reply from Sam

Hi
I sent the link with the first post?
So its here:
http://www.shootgardening.co.uk/plant/care/view/id/782

Prune Akebia Plants After Flowering

This twining climber is quite simple to maintain. After flowering, prune only if it is starting to out-grow its location. Prune new shoots to within half their length, back to a healthy bud. If you need to encourage new growth from the base, prune out one of the older main stems.

If your plant is totally overgrown it is possible to renovate them in spring, by pruning out all over-vigourous, twined stems back to a framework of main stems.

Why prune?

How to prune


This care instruction is applicable to the following plants in your garden(s):

Akebia quinata cream-flowered (Cream-flowered chocolate vine)

  • Posted: Thu. 21st May 2015 16:28