Pruning annuals and perennials

A tip from the test garden

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Deadheading simply means removing faded flowers. Use pruners or sharp shears to clip spent blossoms from flowering plants such as delphiniums, roses, and sweet peas. This keeps plants tidy and encourages more blooms. And it keeps reseeders from setting seed.

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