Cutting Summer Perennials

Clive Blazey explains how to get twice as many flowers from the same perennials.

Cutting Summer Perennials

A plant's biological purpose is to produce flowers that contain the seeds of the next generation, so to induce repeat flowering we must prevent the setting of seed by removing flowers before the seed set.

If we do so, many perennials will reflower, some three...

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