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What to do when the stems lsoe the flowers?

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Once the flowers have come off the stems, shoudl I cut the stems back to the base? Will more stems ( and then more flowers) grow up?

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  • Posted: Tue. 21st June 2016 12:18

Re: What to do when the stems lsoe the flowers?

Reply from Nicky Fraser

I might be a bit late with this but yes, you can cut the flower stems of your Tanacetum back to the ground and the plants will send up new flower stems. I do this to mine on a regular basis (and with most other perennials) and it prolongs the flowering period right into late summer.

  • Posted: Thu. 21st July 2016 07:34