Trim Those Leggy Plants By Michael S. Ameigh & Jim Sollecito • Apr 17, 2012 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email Jim Sollecito When your landscape plants begin to get a bit long in the limb, do them - and yourself - a favor. Trim them back, and don't be shy. If you do it right, they will come back better and healthier than ever. Listen Listening... / 2:54 Related Program: From the Soil with SollecitoTags: trimming shrubsspireacoppicingJim Sollecitofrom the soil Related Content A talk with the Lawn Arranger 4 years ago Spruce up your dormant landscaping 4 years ago Fishy plant tonic makes all the difference 4 years ago Build your landscape management skills 4 years ago Is your green space a lawn, or a yawn? 4 years ago Make a View Space 3 years ago Mulch More Than You Think 3 years ago Juneberries 3 years ago More About Mulch 3 years ago Fertigation 3 years ago Cool Cultivars 3 years ago Lively Lilacs 3 years ago Super Soil 3 years ago Feed Flowering Bulbs 3 years ago Plant with Compost 3 years ago Bloomerang Lilacs 3 years ago Read The Label 3 years ago Garden Gloves 3 years ago Plastic is Forever 3 years ago Slugging It Out 3 years ago Light and Shade 3 years ago Water Those Plants 3 years ago Oh Deer 3 years ago View the discussion thread.