"I'm glad you asked this questions as I learned a lot from the responses. I transplanted in some new coneflowers and pruned the flowers back until the end of the season and did let them go to seed then. I am learning to take some…"
"Adam, most perennials bloom once--although some for weeks and some a few days. I let seeds develope on certain plants for sharing or sprinkling around myself. lobelia,cone flowers, digitalis, cephalaria(white scabious), verbena bonariensis and…"
I am a beginer and I have a question. I read recently that you should not let your perennials goto seed as a general rule. For the first year when I buy them I remove the buds and dont let them flower so they can establish. Is never allowing them to seed a good rule of thumb?Just checking what other people have experence with. Thanks for the time.See More
"Hi Adam, I follow tags too but some plants can be placed closer depending on the plant. I'm not an expert but, from my experience, I've planted my plants according to how tall and wide they will get when fully matured.…"
Can anyone give me Ideas whats wrong here. They are Stargazers and were growing well but than the leaves started turning yellow and dying. There are other Lillies growing By them and are doing just fine Help would be appreciated.