Pruning Greg's Mistflower for Fall Blooms to attract butterflies
I have planted a lot of Greg's mistflower over the years in order to attract monarch butterflies as they migrate south.
I was successful one year in getting lots of blooms on the mistflower at the right time for the butterflies.
Right now my plants are quite leggy with few blooms. Is there a time or way to prune the mistflower so I can encourage flowering at the right time for butterfly migration? Thank You