What is deadheading
and what does it do?
Dead-heading is the process of removing individual flowers or
flower clusters after the blooms are spent, faded, or drooping. Removing them before they begin to seed will encourage the plant to
produce more flowers. Check out our segment below. If you wish your
perennials to re-seed, discontinue
dead-heading and allow seeds to ripe in
fall. Continue dead-heading annuals up