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Deadheading Perennials: Removing spent blossoms keeps perennials tidy and often triggers more flowers.

from Gardening Know How

Should You Deadhead Hydrangeas – Learn When To Deadhead Hydrangeas

Deadheading A Hydrangea: Removing Spent Blooms On Hydrangea - The process of removing fading blooms diverts the plant’s energy from seed production to new growth. Hydrangeas especially benefit from deadheading, as long as a few simple rules are followed. To learn more about deadheading hydrangea blooms, click here.

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How to Deadhead Roses

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How to Deadhead Flowers and Tips for Container Planting. Pick a Thriller, A Filler & A Spiller - Love That Tip!!!

from Get Busy Gardening

Time to deadhead the chives


from Dengarden

How to Keep Stella de Oro Daylilies Blooming All Season

How to keep stella d'oros blooming all season -- a guide to deadheading lilies


Dead-heading is the removal of faded flowers before they can develop seed. Dead-heading is a form of summer or day-to-day pruning. The standard recommendation is to cut the flower stem back to an outward-facing bud above a five-leaflet or seven-leaflet leaf.

from Better Homes and Gardens

What to Prune When

Most perennial flowers look best if you remove faded flowers. This is called deadheading. As a bonus, many perennials will push out another cycle of blooms after deadheading. If your perennial flowers become too tall and leggy, or flop open in the middle, try shearing them back to 6-12 inches above the ground. This type of haircut causes them to branch and become stockier./

from Gardening Know How

Deadheading Roses: How To Deadhead Roses For More Blooms

Do you find the idea of wanting to deadhead roses intimidating? “Deadheading” roses or the removal of the old blooms from our roses. Learn more about that in this article.

from Empress of Dirt

When to Prune and Deadhead Your Garden

Pruning is probably one of the most confusing topics for new gardeners because there is no single method or timing that suits all situations. But, there are some basic underlying principles that, once you know them, can make it much easier to know whether to snip and clip or leave things alone. This post walks you through a pruning and deadheading calendar which you can adapt for the plants in your garden.