i have three yews in the front yard which, over the years, have been
pruned to where all the foliage forms a canopy, and it's about 5 - 7
i want to drastically lower the height, but have nothing "green" to
prune back to... just branches.
so my question is: can you prune a yew back to wood, like you can do
with a crape myrtle, and have new growth sprout from there? i did
something similar with some over-grown azaleas a few years ago, thinking
they would never come back anyway and i'd have to replace them, but they
did indeed start new growth and are now quite full. i would never have
though you could do that. so now i'm thinking maybe i could do the same
with these yews.
thanks in advance,
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