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 Home>News Archive>2013>August>Get It Growing>

Prune ginger, canna stalks after they finish blooming

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(Audio 08/26/13) By late summer, cannas and gingers have been blooming nicely. Remember, each stalk only blooms once. After the blooms fade, you can prune back the shoots. This makes room for fresh, new stalks to grow. (Runtime: 60 seconds)

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8/20/2013 7:51:16 AM

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