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Trailing Petunia (Surfinia)

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Giggsie | 15:07 Thu 06th Aug 2020 | Home & Garden
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Hello any gardeners out there help me with these questions please. When dead heading do you just pick off the flower or cut it at the stem. Also can I keep seed from this years blooms to have plants next year. ?

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Cut off dead bloom directly above next set of leaves
https://forum.gardenersworld.com/discussion/83665/surfinia-cuttings-or-collect-seeds
Some discussion about seeds here. Not sure how helpful it is
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Thank you thought I was right with dead heading bit. Will have a read through your link.
It can be a bit of a sticky job, owing to a gooey substance which is secreted by the stems and leaves to deter things like aphids attacking them, so it might be a good idea to wear gloves.
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Thanks chipchopper

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