Pruningforest flame

gran48gran48 Posts: 1

It's best done after flowering, but can be done later. Cut out one in three of the branches back to the base, and do this every year. It'll produce new shoots and you'll get a bushier, shorter plant.

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  • eddsteddeddstedd Posts: 16

    i have four forest flame in pots which i just tidy up after flowering,they are at least

    six years old,keep them watered and fed renewing with fresh ericaceous compost

    the top two inches.

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