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Q.If Flowers Are Cut In Summer Will Plant Bloom Again?????

Zone Bakersfield, California | Anonymous added on June 28, 2023 | Answered

I would like to cut flowers off plant for an arraignment. However, don’t want to hurt plant so it won’t bloom next year.

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Answered on June 30, 2023

It depends on the plant, but perennials, such as lilies, won't rebloom this year, but they will come back next year if the foliage is allowed to die back. Others that bloom for a long period such as coneflowers, coreopsis, phlox, will come back this year, as well as next. Shasta daisies usually rebloom in late summer or early fall. If you are cutting annuals, they will grow back this year.

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