Cut down marginal plants as their foliage dies back
for the winter.
The reduction of the lake bed serves to expose the pondweed which in turn dies back
Although it dies back
to the ground in a freeze, 'Luna' revives in the spring, quickly puts out new shoots and leaves, and flowers all summer long.
Rather than automatically sending the dies back
for rework, it may be an adjustment in the welding setup that's called for (e.
The oil will last you through the winter when plantain dies back
Poison ivy can be a year 'round threat in many areas and even in places where poison ivy dies back
after hard frosts, it can persist throughout the fall and emerge again in very early spring.
Second, after blooming, most of them look pretty tatty as the foliage dies back
Tie up sprawling foliage as it dies back
or hide it beneath surrounding plants, but don't cut it off yet.
The downside of nutrias is its dormancy; it dies back
completely during the winter.
It is cold-sensitive, however, and dies back
to the ground each winter.
Chris Van Schaack, native plant expert of Tarweed Nursery in Chatsworth, has observed this California native for many years and concluded that it is not a problem at all, that it may put on a lot of foliar growth, but conveniently dies back