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when do I cut down my cordyline after frost damage



I would wait until all danger of any more frost is past guest. Not entirely necessary, in theory you can cut down any time, but I prefer to wait a while, new shoots can take some time to appear. and If the frost has got to the roots, especially on bronze/red and variegated, you may never see them again. That, I am pleased to say, is rare.

31 Mar, 2010

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