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<p>Yes, you can cut down all of the foliage (leaves) of red hot pokers to ground level. These plants will tolerate a hard prune and will often regrow new foliage in a few weeks. However, it is important to note that removing all of the foliage may affect the plant's ability to produce flowers in the current growing season, as the leaves provide energy for flower production. So, if you want to maintain flowering, it's best to avoid cutting down all the foliage at once during the flowering season. <a href="https://www.heb-partnernet.com/">H‑E‑B Partner Services</a></p>
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Original Post by wilfm

red hot pokers

<p>can all of the foliage(leaves)of red hot pokers be cut down to ground level?</p>

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