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Native to North America and considered either a medium-sized shrub or a small tree.

Purple leaf sand cherry should be grown in full to partial sun.

Apr 16, Purple leaf sand cherry pruning isn’t complicated. Prune the oldest stems first, removing at least one-third of growth down to within a few inches (8 cm.) from the base. Additionally, cut damaged or dead growth at the base of the bushfall.buzzg: Encino CA.

Jul 05, Trim tops and sides of sand cherry bushes with hedge trimmers to shape a formal or informal hedge. Rake up trimmed twigs and leaves and dispose of them in yard waste bags.

Cut up to one-third of the oldest stems back to the base of the shrub following flowering each year.

Prune away long, pendulous branches in mature sand cherry bushes to prevent them splaying and giving the bush an unattractive, open bushfall.buzzg: Encino CA. Dec 04, Pruning or Trimming Purple Sand Cherry and growing Sand Cherry from Cuttings. In this video you will see how I cut Purple Sand Cherry in the fall to make sure they grow nice and tight and don’t get thin and spindly. You will also learn how to take all of those clippings and use them to make hardwood cuttings of Purple Sand bushfall.buzzted Reading Time: 6 mins.

Sep 21, Prune established sand cherry shrubs in early spring, before growth begins. Remove any dead, diseased or crossing branches by cutting them off as close to the base of the plant as possible.

Use the pruning clippers on smaller branches and the pruning saw on larger bushfall.buzzg: Encino CA. The western sand cherry (Prunus besseyi), which can take Zone 3's minus degree temperatures, is a 3- to 6-foot-tall, spreading shrub with gray-green leaves, white flowers and edible fruit Missing: Encino CA.

How To Prune a Purple-Leaf Sand Cherry. Purpleleaf sand cherry (Prunus x cistena) is a deciduous shrub prized primarily for its bright reddish-purple leaves that turn bronze-green in fall. This Missing: Encino CA.