Cutting Back Perennials - Knowledgebase Question

Smithtown, NY
Question by dmichael
February 23, 2000
I have a new perennial garden that I started last fall that includes echinacea, Russian sage, black-eyed Susans, daises, and aster. Should I cut back the dead flowers? How far back? Should I have done this in the fall? I also have some ornamental grasses. Do these also need to be trimmed back?


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Answer from NGA
February 23, 2000

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good year round. good year round.

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