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Brown Eyed Susans

I transplanted brown eyed susans last year and they were beautiful in the fall now this spring I don't see anything coming up yet, is it too early? I cut the dead stocks off last fall, did I kill my plant?

Chris

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May 12, 20070 found this helpful

hi

you dont need to prune them as they are herbaceous plants that just die down themselves but pruning them wont kill them as the roots are in the ground and will emerge again end of summer for a fall show they are an autumn plant

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