Deadheading Spent Summer Blooms Encourages Growth

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Nothing compares to the simple joy of blooming flowers in the summer, especially when they’re close at hand in pots, and in a spot where you can enjoy them. Besides of course remembering to water your flowers, and to check them for infestation, there is one important tip that will help insure blooms for months on end. It’s called deadheading. Yes, that’s right, deadheading encourages growth since it essentially removes the seed bearing portions of the plant, which encourages the plant to keep flowering in order to produce more seed.

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