Kobold Gayfeather - Knowledgebase Question

Loudon, Tn
Question by skinnerman
July 11, 2006
After blooming beautifully in May and June, we no longer have any blooms. Should we cut back the dead blooms? HELP!



Answer from NGA
July 11, 2006


Liatris spicata Kobold Gayfeather will bloom a second time this season if you remove the spent flowers and their stems. Gayfeather makes a wonderful cut flower (when it's fresh) so cutting off the flowering stems won't hurt your plants at all.

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