I have masses of Snowdrops that are wonderful when in full flower but now they are fading fast and I'd like to plant other things in the bed. Problem is, the Snowdrop leaves cover so much ground but I am unsure whether it's correct to chop them off or to let them all die away naturally. That will take ages so what is best to do given that I want to have other plants as the seasons progress? Someone told me to tie the leaves into little knots..is that a good idea?
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