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Cytisus is so easy to care for, that it requires very little work and you can forget about it completely. Its magnificent blooming will remind you it’s still there, though!
Cytisus doesn’t need to be pruned or trimmed, but you can, however, remodel its shape from time to time.
Prune the sprigs of the year when the flowers have died off the cytisus.
You can also reshape your cytisus to a nice shape just after the blooming, cutting back more drastically.
As regards watering, the first year is the only year where regular watering is needed.
Indeed, cytisus is a shrub that doesn’t fear high temperatures.
A cytisus growing in a pot nonetheless needs more attention as regards watering.