Q.Can Flowering Vinca Planted Last Year Be Cut Back In The Spring To Bloom Again?
I live in Phoenix, AZ. I planted white vinca with a red center in a flower bed which gets full sun. It is late January, and it is still blooming, although the blooms are smaller. If I cut them back in March, and apply Miracle Grow, will the continue to bloom this summer? I have had luck with vinca in pots by doing this.
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Yes, vinca is perennial in your area so it should continue to bloom. It will benefit from shearing and fertilizer as you suggest. Here is more: