'It's important': Correct 'moment' to deadhead plants for more flowers – sign on petals


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When should you deadhead your flowers?

Dan said: “Flowers should be deadheaded the moment they go past their best.

“Some age gracefully, others do not, but we generally want to catch them before the petals fall to the ground and make a mess.

“If they’ve been left too long, you will notice a seed pod beginning to develop behind the flower.

“Don’t worry if you catch a flower a bit late, just remove it as soon as you can.”


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