Question: WHEN DO YOU CUT BACK THE FOLIAGE ON ANNUALS AND HOW FAR DO YOU CUT THEM BACK?
Answer: Annuals live for only one season. They grow, flower, set seeds and then die. You can sometimes get a second flush of blooms if you cut the plants back by one-half after they've flowered but before they set seeds.
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