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How to Prune Perennials & Keep Them From Flopping
Perennial plants, those that come back each season, can grow 5, 6, 10 feet in one year.  This means that they can often flop over and not look so good.  You can prune perennials that flower later in the season to keep them short.  These plants will still flower, but not at the same he
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ight. The plants will still flower, but a bit later and the plants won't fall to the ground.
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