The first step in pruning flowers is to remove any dead or diseased parts of the plant. You want to make sure that you get rid of any diseased areas as these can spread and damage other parts of the plant. To do this, simply cut off the dead or diseased portions with sharp shears.
Next, take a look at the shape of your flower bush or shrub. Some may need a light trimming to make it easier for sunlight to reach all the way around it. If this is necessary, cut back any branches that are blocking out light from reaching the inside portions of the bush or shrub.
Finally, take a look at how many flowers are growing on each branch and thin out any clusters so there is enough room for air circulation between each bloom. This helps ensure that each individual flower has plenty of room to thrive without competition from its neighboring buds. Make sure not to cut too much - you want enough leaves remaining so that photosynthesis can continue taking place!
Following these steps will help you get beautiful results when pruning your flowers this spring season!