Are you supposed to cut back perennials for winter?

Question by Clueless: Are you supposed to cut back perennials for winter?
Ornamental grasses, daisy, hosta

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Answer by Freedom
Yes, cut them down to a couple of inches and they will come back in the spring.

What do you think?

One Response to “Are you supposed to cut back perennials for winter?”

  1. saaanen says:

    Up to you. I don’t. The hostas disappear, the birds eat the daisy seeds, and the grasses look gorgeous covered in snow.

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