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If you need to reduce its size, the best time to do this would be spring. You would be cutting off any spring blooms but it will bloom in the summer on the new wood that is produced. I wouldn't cut it all the way to the ground. I would just prune it to give it a nice shape. If it seems very dense, you can thin it by cutting out 20% of the oldest stems right to the ground.