Why would someone take a lovely blooming shrub and turn it into a ball?
I'm here to tell you that flowering shrubs aren't meant to be shaped into balls, cupcakes, or squares.
And, you know what else? It's not healthy for the shrub, costs more money, and frankly is ugly!
Do you wish you knew the right way to prune shrubs in the desert garden?
Hi! I'm Noelle Johnson.
There is a way to have a landscape filled with colorful, blooming shrubs that takes less work and money.
This is my popular pruning workshop where I provide you with the knowledge you need to prune flowering shrubs the correct way.
Pruning shrubs isn't that hard, especially when done properly.
In fact, most flowering shrubs only need pruning once to twice a year!
This is a pre-recorded video workshop where I guide you through how to prune the most common types of flowering shrubs found in the low to the mid-desert garden.
With the purchase of the workshop, you will get a downloadable workbook you can use to make the most of the class.
Within the workbook, you will be able to set up a pruning schedule based on the types of shrubs you have.
The workshop is available to you to watch and re-watch as often as you need to for the lifetime of the class.
My husband and I bought a house earlier this year. We consulted with Noelle to learn more about the plants and how to maintain them.
She is a fountain of knowledge and patiently and clearly explained how to prune and otherwise care from them.
We are from the Midwest so everything is new to us here. We had a good landscaping service but never felt comfortable with their skills.
Noelle turned out to be the turning point for our garden. She guided us on correcting pruning issues and gave us back control and hope for a successful garden here in Arizona.
I learned so much from you and now I’m more excited about my garden and its future.
I’ve started the work you suggested and now that I know what I’m doing, I’m enjoying it tremendously.
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