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When Lilac Flowers go Brown

Q: Should I cut off the lilac flowers that have turned/are turning brown or just let nature taker its course?

If I cut, should I cut right at the flower or farther back?

A: Just cut the flowers off at the base of the flowers.

Cutting the flowers off spares the plant from wasting energy producing seeds, plus the plant looks better without the old dried up flowers.



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