dmoore66(6 NorthWest NJ)June 26, 2013

Do they need to be pruned after the first blooms have faded or just leave alone

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diane_nj 6b/7a

Your choice. I just cut back my Blushing Knock Out this past weekend (not enough). I find that by pruning (hedge clipping), you get consistant coverage on the rebloom. If you leave them alone, you get rebloom, but some here, some there...

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