cutting flowers to promote rebloom - Knowledgebase Question

lakewood, CO
Question by hoytgarden
June 21, 2007
I have LOTS of bachelor button growing (I didn't plant - they seem to be


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Answer from NGA
June 21, 2007

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Bachelor buttons are annuals, which means they complete their entire life cycle in a single year, and then die. But don't despair; they may be back next year! Bachelor buttons ensure their own survival by dropping seeds that will germinate and grow the following year in most climates. As with most annuals, keeping the spent flowers picked off will encourage the production of more flowers, but to allow them a chance to reseed, leave some of the last flowers to die naturally on the plant. This will give them a chance to drop seeds.

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