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Can anyone tell me what is wrong with my Prunus, the buds are withered and only a few look like they are going to flower. Can I/should I cut out the offending branches.
...nothing worse than baggy pants Christopher... To keep pants compact tighten belts.Mahonia can be cut back very hard...very hard..without probs. in fact, they benefit from it. Not just my own but I have rejuvenated other lanky, thin flowering
If I cut the plant hard back will it over winter and come back next spring? If you cut it back now you may get a second flush of flowers but it will not over-winter I bought one of these from a small independent nursery, and was advised to cut
I am looking for some advice on how and when I should cut back gladioli and geraniums once they have finished flowering? If they are hardy geraniums, I would cut them down now - I've already done this in the hope of getting a second flush of flowers
Deadhead winter-flowering pansies and bedding plants, and pick off damaged leavesDivide congested herbaceous perennialsPrune winter jasmine to cut back flowered shootsTransplant shrubs growing in the wrong place while they're dormantPlant lily
Hi I have a Wisteria on a North facing wall its been there about 5 years, bless its only ever had one flower. Can I cut it back and move it to a east facing wall where hopefiil it might survive and get another beautiful flower..... in time.
I have been trying to grow a castor oil plant from seed. It has it 2 first true leaves and is about 8 inches tall and now it appears that it is trying to flower. I would like to cut this flower head off but it appears to be coming out of the top
Hand pollinate the flowers of peaches and nectarine, with a soft brushCut off hippeastrum flower heads, leaving the stalkSow summer-bedding plants in trays in a heated propagator or in the greenhousePlant dahlia tubers in trays to encourage shoots
-this is not the time to cut them-if you are not that bothered then do it now-the best time is after flowering but you will struggle to keep them as small plants and have flowers. What height are you thinking of? I believe, one normally prunes just
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