Winter Care - Knowledgebase Question

Mckeesport, PA
Question by gretav6343
November 18, 1999
Will my perennial sweetpeas die back? Should I cut them back during the winter?

Answer from NGA
November 18, 1999


In my garden the perennial sweet peas stay evergreen but begin to look a bit battered by spring. Since they also sometimes scamble beyond their allotted space I trim them back as needed in mid winter (and occasionally in the summer if needed). I think it helps them stay a bit denser, too.

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