cutting back for fall growth?
I read this in a magazine although I can't seem to remember which one and am wondering if anyone has had experience with this? I am in Kansas and we are having 100+ temps this week. Needless to say, it is taking it's toll on my gardens regardless of how much water I provide. The article said that cutting back impatiens now (assuming they are getting leggy and not-so-attractive), will ensure some great fall blooms. It makes sense but I'm not ready to go whacking until I know for sure. They still look pretty good so I'd hate to end their little lives just yet if I still have several months worth of blooms to enjoy.