I have a very large garden pot which is full of Gazanias from last year. Living in quite a mild climate, I left them in over winter. They have some green leaves, but mostly died off leaves looking like dead grass. I think they will be ok for this year. My question is, do I cut them back to virtually ground level to allow new growth?
Gazania Over Winter
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You can cut the foliage back to 2 or 3 inches above the ground with pruning shears, which will encourage encourage new growth.
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