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Due to the crud weather and distinct lack of sun my cannas did not thrive sufficiently to flower. Should i still cut them down and store for next year or will this harm the development of next years flowers? It would be better if you could leave
Has anyone had any success with 2nd flowerings of Goat's Rue if you prune it back after first flowering - and if so how hard do you cut it back? Thanks
I have a pot of night scented stock outside which smells heavenly of an evening, my question is can you cut it and bring indoors and would the smell remain at nightime ? Hello, I grow these as I love the smell. I've not used them as a cut flower
I brought in 4 pelagoniums for the winter. They are in pots on a cool window sill and kept dry. When the flowers ended I cut back to 4inches and although they have been very keen to shoot I have been taking off most shoots and small flower buds
My Deutzia has flowered beautifully but has grown huge new shoots with very large leaves. It looks as though it has reverted but they are growing from the flowering stems. Do I cut it back and risk having no flowers next year. Please help me.
Can you cut back heathers that have become "leggy" without harming the plant and if so when is the best time to do so? Jo, trim back heathers immediately after flowering,BUT, do not cut into old wood. Ideally just cut two thirds of the way down
This iris has had more flowers than ever before (so much for needing a good summer baking). When's a good time to give it a haircut and can I cut all the leaves off? It would be difficult to just cut the dead ones, time consuming and hard
my lilac tree hass become quite leggy when should and can i cut it back also how do i take cuttings from it You can hard prune it to about 18" from the ground but you will lose about three years' worth of flowers. Alternatively, cut out 1
I discovered this plant growing horizontally, searching for the light, under a yew tree last summer. I took six cuttings and all survived the winter in a very cold greenhouse. The cuttings started flowering in my garden late June and I keep
I need to move a rambling rose this winter, any advice would be welcomed. Will I need to cut it down and sacrifice the flowers for next year? Personally I would cut it back. This will help the plant put energy into new growing new roots.