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cutting back campanula plants

When Campanula (spreading) has stopped blooming, should I cut it back to the leaves so it blooms again? I am going to plant a Campanula (spreading) plant. It’s quit blooming and I wonder if it would be a good idea to cut it back to the leaves once I transplant it and if this will help it bloom again.


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#1 Comment By shelley On 05/28/2015 @ 9:50 am

The best way to promote blooms on a campanula bellflower is by deadheading. For more information on deadheading, please visit the following link:

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