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I have a dianthus (can't remember species name, unfortunately) -- it's a single petalled white flower with tall grasslike bluish foliage ... when the snow melted it was still green but flopped over and leggy ... should I cut them back or leave them alone????
actually- my experience up this way it to just leave it alone... they are sort of fragile in the spring, and it is sometimes hard to tell what is alive and what is dead. and they actually don't always sprout too well from the bottom.. thats how it goes for me, anyway... sarah