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Chinese Snowball Viburnum

Unfortunately my Dad did an overzealous prune on my Viburnum and it hasn’t bloomed for a couple years. Is it best to dig it up and start again, or persevere with it? 

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  • AnniDAnniD Posts: 8,477
    I'm not an expert on Viburnum, but l think it may take at least 2 years for it to flower again if it's been cut really hard back.
    I assume it hasn't been touched since ?
    Welcome to the forum by the way  :)
  • ysl1ysl1 Posts: 2
    edited 21 November
    Thanks for your reply Anni, no I haven't touched it, but it's quite 'leggy' so I was tempted, but I decided to leave it. I'll see how it does next year. Thank you for the welcome! 🤗 
  • AnniDAnniD Posts: 8,477
    There's some information here that you might find useful  :)

    https://www.rhs.org.uk/plants/18918/chinese-snowball/details
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