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Original Post by bexleybee

pruning gaillardia and echinacea

<p>I'm confused as to the correct methods of pruning these two plants. My echinacea has almost stopped flowering but has healthy looking leaves at the base. Should I leave these or just chop the whole lot to ground level.</p>
<p>I have one gaillardia which is quite bushy and the other more upright. Advice please folks.</p>

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