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Pollination occurs when pollen is moved within flowers or carried from flower to flower by birds, small animals and also insects like butterflies, bees, beetles, ants, wasps, and moths. The transfer of pollen in and between flowers of the same species leads to fertilization and successful seed and fruit production for plants.
The perennials (with the exception of the Perovskia) can be cut down in the fall to 6" or so, leaving any fresh foliage at the base of the plant if present. Spring clean-up is also acceptable, removing any dead material while being careful of new growth. The Perovskia can be trimmed in spring if needed/wanted.
Echinacea Fiery Meadow Mama
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