My Indian Hawthorn plants were cut before they quit blooming. Is there anything I can do to fix the huge mistake? I don't want them to die or not bloom next year.
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Rest assured - your indian hawthorn will not die and you did not impact next year's blooms. The best time to prune is immediately after the flowers fade, before new buds begin to form. Since you pruned them before they were done blooming, then new buds had not formed yet.
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