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Oct 17, 5 Shrubs that Rarely Need Pruning- a great looking landscape without a lot of work - Azaleas and Rhododendrons. This is perhaps the largest group of shrubs that are typically left unpruned. Azaleas and Shrub Dogwoods.
For gardeners who want a colorful garden but don't have time to tend to it, just about any ground cover will do-but ajuga, with its glossy leaves, is an especially interesting choice.
In addition to the familiar white. The Dogwood TREES, no not require this pruning, ie Padoga. The question was regards to shrubs so I thought it was implied that my comment was about dogwood shrubs.
Many willow shrubs also require renewal pruning. Many Weigelas also require renewal pruning.
Apr 23, Binetti applauds this ground-cover shrub rose for its resistance to disease and insects- meaning there's no need to spray them. Little pruning is necessary, and they flower all Images.
A small and slow-growing evergreen shrub, Indian Hawthorn stays neat and tidy without pruning.
It’s not fussy about soil, and once established, it will tolerate moderate drought. It bursts forth in Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. Many types of evergreens prefer no pruning -- or, at the very least, minimal corrective trims. Pine trees (Pinus spp.), which thrive within U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 3 through.