The bright coral- orange colored foliage in the spring changes to red foliage in the.
First find some good gloves to protect your hands from the thorns (and maybe even a jacket with thick sleeves) then follow these pruning instructions for 'Ro. Rose Glow Barberry can grow quite large so is probably best planted where it can grow to mature size with maybe once-a-year pruning or none at all. This would mean a space probably 4 to 5 feet wide with an equal height.
Otherwise, you'll be pruning it all the time to keep it contained.). Pruning a Rosy Glow Barberry (BERBERIS thunbergii 'Rosy Glow') with hand pruners while maintaining the natural look of this shrub.
Pruning a Rosy Glow Barberry. Plant Care: Prune regularly to promote health, provide air circulation, maintain a desirable shape, and to remove dead or damaged branches. Pruning is best done in late winter to early spring for most shrubs.
With spring blooming shrubs, prune after the blooms are spent. When pruning, remove 1/3rd of the oldest branches by cutting at the base of the shrub. The shrub needs regular watering, at least weekly. Give it a little more water in extreme summer heat. The shrub needs little pruning, at most once each spring.
Many plants can cause chemical irritation, including some ornamental plants.
If growing Rose Glow shrubs in a formal hedge, you might need to prune to shape a couple of times a year. Add mulch around the base of the barberry to help retain moisture in the soil. Rose Glow Japanese Barberry Spacing5/5(1). Jun 21, Rose Glow barberry (Berberis thunbergii f.
atropurpurea"Rose Glow") is armed and dangerous. Like other barberry bushes, this cultivar's stems.