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Hi, I have a number of night scented stocks and never having grown them before I was wondering what I should do with them for the winter. Should I cut them back now or in the spring or never? Its probably a silly question but I am alittle green (no pun intended) as far as gardening goes



Night scented stocks are an annual so will die back as autumn progresses and not reappear. You'll need to by more plants or sow seed again next year.

15 Oct, 2011


I agree with moongrower, but I find they do self seed some times.

15 Oct, 2011


Yes that is always a possibility.

15 Oct, 2011

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