Answer: Silvermound grows naturally into a rounded mound but will get leggy if not pruned each spring. It's best to prune it back by several inches all around each spring to help it maintain a nice compact mound shape. If yours is leggy or misshapen you can renew the plant by cutting it down to almost ground level. It will recover and produce lots of new foliage. Next spring, just before new growth begins, prune it back by one-third to one-half. New foliage will develop at the pruning sites and your plant should develop into an attractive mound. Enjoy!
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