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i cut back my erysimum. will it still come back this year


On plant Erysimum bicolor


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Can you see any new growth at the base? If you can't, I'm afraid you've cut it too far back for it to survive. I only dead-head mine, and cut them back a little bit, not drastically. They're short-lived plants, and it's better to take cuttings rather than try to regenerate an old plant.

28 Apr, 2010

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