Pruning Coreopsis Flowers – Deadheading

Pruning dead flowers from your plants is known as “Deadheading.”   Basically, deadheading means the removal of flowers that have already put on their show. But should you cut back all perennial flowers? Deadheading is not the only part of pruning your Coreopsis. You should also trim the excess leaves and longer over growth.  This video below demonstrates how to deadhead Coreopsis.

 

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