In order to showcase the beauty of verbena flowers, it is important that they are deadheaded before being put in an arrangement. Deadheading involves removing flower parts from the stem so that when the plant’s energy reserves run out and it dies, there isn’t anything left for bugs or wildlife to eat. Using a pair of scissors will make short work of this process.
Verbena flowers are a beautiful plant and they thrive in pots. However, when the flowers start to die off, it is time to cut them back.
The “is my verbena dead” is a question that many people have been asking. The answer to the question is yes, your verbena has died.
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