Set early in the season with high support perennials to keep them on the smaller plants or hang omknikken by the wind. Do it when the plants go ahead.
In spring (from early March), most perennials are ‘cleaned up’. Cut all dead stems and pull away the dead leaves. Be sure not to damage the new shoots. The hedge here is an ideal tool. Evergreen perennials that look good, you alone, but if they are ugly can these types of cut just above the ground. They grow back naturally beautiful and healthy. If a plant is not doing it in May, he’s probably dead and you should replace it. Some polvormers can become outdated. They grow and bloom than incorrectly. The same thing applies.

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