October 27, 2021 at 9:02 am ReplyarrinoDPrivate messageGreenhorn
It flowered magnificently this summer, I’d like it to bloom the same again next year (first time for this one). Do I cut it back completely?October 27, 2021 at 10:56 am ReplyarrinoDPrivate messageGreenhorn
By the way I think it’s a kind of everlasting.October 28, 2021 at 10:23 am ReplygarriePrivate messageGreenhorn
prune it like you would lavender. I see you have lavender growing to the side. It basically needs the same thing. It’s more forgiving than lavender though: you can still cut old wood and new buds will sprout there. Don’t cut the whole clump though if you’re cutting it back that far, just cut like half the stems or less and do what’s left next year.
I think you should schedule to prune it every year so it can grow as dense as it has been growing. You’ve inherited a nice plant that has been well cared for it seems, nice!
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