Stock Plants

Will Stock Reflower in the Fall?

zuliodog added on May 6, 2014 | Answered

Our area can reach 100 degrees in July. Will Stock be done at those temperatures, or will it reflower in the fall, if deadheaded?

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Answered on May 6, 2014

Mostly, stock is considered an annual, so after it flowers in the spring, that's it. Some people report that it acts like a biennial, or even a perennial. I suspect partly this is because of climate variation, and partly because of cultivar varieties. This article may give you some more information:

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