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RUDBECKIA

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I HAVE GROWN RUDBECKIA FROM SEED FOR THE FIRST TIME AND THE PLANT HAS FLOURISHED AMAZINGLY AND BECAUSE OF ITS POSITION IN THE GARDEN HAS GROWN OUT OF CONTROL. i HAVE BEEN ASSURED THIS IS A PERENIAL WHEN THE FLOWERS HAVE EVENTUALLY FINISHED DO I CUT THEM DOWN JUS LEAVING THE ROOT IN THE GROUND FOR THEM TO COME UP NEXT YEAR


Answer

Without knowing your climate I would recommend to allow the Rudbeckia to die to the ground then remove the dead plant debris to the ground. You could also allow the dead parts of the plants to stay where they are until spring then remove it before the new growth of the Rudbeckia starts.

Happy Gardening!

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