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I have planted 3 Salvia Amsted having grown super tall but will soon need cutting back for winter. Label says “to cut back to 15cm to produce a fresh set of foliage and flower when required.” Does this mean I cut the whole plants back to 15cm stalks
in the ground? It seems quite radical! Thank you for your advice.

  • Bridget Brown-Sharpe asked 4 years ago
  • last edited 4 years ago
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Hi Bridget,
That’s correct, they do require some heavy trimming to ensure you get nice bushy plants.
If you are in a frosty area maybe go a little higher so you have a little room to cut back further in spring if the frost got to them (say 25cm off the ground). If in a warmer area then cut back to 15cm.
Thanks, the Palmers team

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