Quick fix for floppy perennials
Garden Gate staff
Floppy plants looking bad? Try this quick fix for falling-down perennials.
Does your tall sedum look like the before photo above in fall? Here’s a discreet and inexpensive way to get floppy perennials to stand up: Gather the stems and hold them upright with a bungee cord wrap. For large clumps, interlock the ends of two cords together to hold all the stems.
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