Pruning - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by fsykes52
May 21, 2010
Can I prune a sedum plant? Because it grows so tall that it leans over when it blooms.

Answer from NGA
May 21, 2010


You can prune sedum by cutting it back by about one half. The result will be a shorter plant, but more of it! Extreme heat and lack of sun can both cause Sedum to get a bit leggy. Pruning the plants back will encourage them to get bushier and to grow more flowers. Enjoy your garden!

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