How to Deadhead Garden Flowers & Plants

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How to Deadhead Garden Flowers & Plants
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Deadheading is a weird term for simply removing the spent flowers, or dead heads, from a flowering plant. Removing the dead heads keeps your gardening looking tidy and encourages new growth.

Deadheading is a weird term for simply removing the spent flowers, or dead heads, from a flowering plant. Removing the dead heads keeps your gardening looking tidy and encourages new growth.

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Using a pair of clean, sharp secateurs, gently cut the dead and dying blooms from its stem.

Using a pair of clean, sharp secateurs, gently cut the dead and dying blooms from its stem.

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You can discard cut flowers. If you have a compost pile, throw the dead heads in!

You can discard cut flowers. If you have a compost pile, throw the dead heads in!

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I grow Snowcap Shasta Daisies in my garden - see how much better they look?

I grow Snowcap Shasta Daisies in my garden - see how much better they look?

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New blooms will start to show up in a couple of days.

New blooms will start to show up in a couple of days.

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