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For the first time ever, my cordyline flowered, I was advised to leave it alone, and then it grew berries, again I was advised to leave them alone and the garden birds have now eaten them all.   Do I now cut off the remains of the flower stalk, or will it drop off in its own time? 
Thanks in advance. 


  • PlantmindedPlantminded WirralPosts: 1,004
    Hello @maggie.geeNfV3SoS3, you can now remove the flower stalk to tidy up the plant, this is better for the plant as it will now put its energy into producing new leaves.
    Welcome to the forum.  Good to know that the birds enjoyed your Cordyline too!

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