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me to refer to C I have and can't find a specfic answer , so plz help. My cordyline is a four header that like most has been hit by frost. I know the only. Hance is to cut back, but should this be done on each stem or the main one and how high. Regards mark



I haven't seen your question before, Guest, I don't think, there've been too many to count on this subject. If all the heads are affected, and specially if their stems are spongy, cut back down the main stem, removing all four heads at once. This may, or may not, force growth from the bottom or, hopefully, further up the stem.

28 Mar, 2010

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