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Early spring flowers like pansies and primroses should be deadheaded as soon as their blossoms fade.
Do you grow dahlias? They should be deadheaded to prolong the display colour! On growing dahlias: http://j.mp/NP8pDo
Continue to deadhead flowering plants: it will encourage more flowers! Thoughts on deadheading: http://j.mp/NGQm1D
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Deadhead flower borders regularly: but not all flowers benefit from deadheading! On deadheading: http://j.mp/NTLJ2D
Deadhead Flowering Plants « Gardora.net is discussing. Toggle Comments
Deadhead Oriental poppies after flowering unless you want them to set seed! About Oriental poppies: http://j.mp/NqVzVg
Roses should be deadheaded unless they produce attractive rose hips! An ode to roses: http://j.mp/NX8mTy
Deadheading Roses | Gardora.net is discussing. Toggle Comments
Many daylilies begin to bloom now: http://j.mp/KW5FBm – Deadheading is not necessary, but will improve the appearance!
Blooming azaleas should be deadheaded regularly! Delay pruning until they have finished flowering: http://j.mp/Hu97CQ
Faded daffodils should be deadheaded! What do you know about narcissi cultivars? Some infos: http://j.mp/H2QzbH
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