Pruning Perennial plants
Is it wise to prune or cut right down my perennial plants in the Fall or Spring. Last year I was told to wait until Spring, however, when Spring came I had a major task to clean the garden, as everything was mush. My problem is that I don't know which ones must be cut when. I do know that my Clematis waits for Spring as well as the grasses. Other than those I really am not certain. I think I would rather cut everything now as we are having a few warm days. I have purchased some more bulbs to be planted soon. I will have a large task when the ground freezes to prepare my roses for our frigid winter, Any suggestions would be appreciated.