Deadheading How-To Deadheading How-To

You probably already deadhead at least to get rid of spent flowers. But there are other reasons, too: You can prolong the bloom time or even get a second flowering out of many plants. Others will reseed all over the place if you don't keep their spent flowers picked off. So the question is, "When and how do I deadhead each plant?"

We'd like to share what we've learned over the years. We'll talk about why you might want to deadhead before we get into how to do it. Then you can get the scoop on 44 individual plants.

What You Get

This Deadheading How-To article is a four-page, 562KB pdf file. This article was originally published in Garden Gate magazine No. 58.

Deadheading How-To Article
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