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What are some tips for pruning my Texas ranger?

Texas ranger
Leucophyllum frutescens
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From hedges to containers, in any landscape or garden, annual pruning and regular trims can encourage Texas ranger produce beautiful blooms and remain healthy for many years. For your major pruning, use sharp pruning sheers that will make clean cuts to avoid damaging your plants. Make each cut at a 45° angle to encourage healthy new growth. As you are pruning your Texas ranger, step back occasionally to check the appearance of the plant to make sure it has the shape you want and that you are pruning it symmetrically. Try not to prune heavily at flowering time, just the dried flowers need to be pruned back as this will affect flowering. A useful approach is to remove only the longer branches and sucker shoots, leaving the blooms closer to the primary stems intact. Finally, as you prune, be on the lookout for mold or mildew. Texas ranger is susceptible to fungal or bacterial and you will want to address this problem, removing molded or fungal(bacterial) sections to avoid further damage to your Texas ranger.
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Texas ranger (Leucophyllum frutescens)
Texas ranger
A species of Barometerbush, Also known as Texas barometerbush, Texas silverleaf, Wild lilac
Botanical name: Leucophyllum frutescens
Genus: Barometerbush
Description
Leucophyllum frutescens or texas ranger is used often as an ornamental plant as it is fairly easy to grow. While it is sometimes known as Texas sage, it is not an actual sage as it belongs to the barometer bush genus (Leucophyllum).
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