I have dusty miller whose stems are leggy and weak laying down on the ground. The leaves still look nice from afar but somewhat really messy when you get near to the plant. What’s the maintenance for this plant this season? Can I prune it? How to keep it look beautiful and healthy?
yes this is a lovely plant that does tolerate being trimmed back when it becomes leggy and droopy in the summer months. It does not like to be overwatered after its roots are established and will survive quite well when left to dry out.
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After the last tasks of fall and before putting them away, it is important to thoroughly clean your tools. Maintaining them properly will let them last a lifetime. They'll stay effective and also won't spread diseases in the vegetable patch…