Question of the Week 12/26/2020
Q: What happens if I don’t cut my plants back in the winter?
A: If plants aren't cut back in winter or early spring, it can provide bugs and diseases a place to hide and winter over. This can contribute to the spread of bugs and diseases to the new growth.
Another thing you will notice is your yard will look a little bit messier as the old, dead growth will be present alongside the new growth and will prevent your plants from looking their best. This is particularly true for plants such as grasses, may night sage, daylilies, soapwort, and blue mist spireas.
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