Sep 21, When you successfully tend a snowball bush, you may naturally desire to propagate new bushes to spread this beauty around your landscape.
Take a cutting from a snowball bush in the first half of the growing season and create new snowball bushes for. Cut a stem from the snowball bush that is the current year’s growth. Current stems on the shrub are suitable for rooting when you bend a stem and it snaps into two pieces.
Select a 6-inch stem with leaves and cut the stem just under a leaf node. The lovely snowball bush (viburnum) is an asset to any sunny landscape with its lush foliage and. Apr 10, 2. Dig a hole that is shallow and broad.
The hole should be about three times the diameter of the root ball, but no deeper than the root ball. 3.
Carefully remove the snowball bush from its container and, using your hands, gently loosen any outside roots from the sides and bottom. Take care not to break or damage the roots of the bush. 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 93%.