CheamTraditional Garden, London
Roses and clematis ramble over the pergolas.
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5. DeadheadingAn easy way to keep plants looking good and to encourage new blooms is to deadhead them. It’s a quick process that simply involves removing faded or dead flowers to direct energy back into the plant to make new flowers. It can usually be done by using your finger and thumb to snap off the dead bloom. If the stem is tough, you can use scissors or secateurs to cut it. The RHS advises removing the flower’s stalk, too, for tidyness.Discover trellis ideas to give you garden envy