A number of lower species such as Salvia, Nepeta, Trollius and lady’s mantle (Alchemilla), may, after the peak of flowering greatly cut back by half as nice bloom effect.
As long as perennials have sufficient water and food available to them, they will do well. Lacking that, they will soon show.
Water shortage could lead to a shorter flowering period and smaller plants. Food leads to smaller flowers and plants do not grow well. They are also more susceptible to damage. In most cases, than to fungi, such as real and downy mildew. Some species such as tall phlox, Monarda Aster and are therefore very sensitive, although still spreadable cultivars of these species are offered, that is far less affected. The affected parts cut away and discard (in biocontainer). Then give the plants organic fertilizers and watered regularly. Replace a damaged or diseased plant repeatedly by a stronger species. That is all the environmentally friendly than spraying.
During the growing season can be the fastest growing and flowering plants such as Lavatera, which provide additional organic fertilizers. The others have not needed help when you (see, for winter) for sufficient long-acting growth substances and has provided a layer of compost.

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