Evergreen huckleberry plants may not require pruning, but if you want to encourage growth and increase berry production, the best time to prune is late winter or early spring. Learn more about pruning your huckleberry below.
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How do you trim huckleberry plants?
Pruning huckleberry plants is not so difficult. In late winter or early spring you can trim the dead leaves and branches. This will produce new growth on the plant during late spring to early summer.
However, if the plant is rather large it is best to do a serve pruning in late winter or early spring. Prune the branches almost to the ground. In three to four years the plant will grow back and you will have a nice bush.