Miserable Gypsophilla

I have a very sorry looking Gypsophilla I grew from seed last year, it's in a pot, it grew all out of shape trying to get to the sun and I think I should have cut it back to the ground in autumn? but didn't. I planted one in the border but there's no sign of it and I think it might have drowned so I'm hoping I can revive the potted one to replace it, should I cut it back now? it has lots of straggly stems and a few leaves.

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  • Dave MorganDave Morgan Posts: 3,122

    Yes cut it back, it will come again.

  • Ashleigh 2Ashleigh 2 Posts: 256

    Thanks  Daveimage

  • artjakartjak Posts: 4,168

    I have a few gyp in the garden; they never appear till much later in the spring, rather like teenagers who don't get up till lunch timeimage

  • Ashleigh 2Ashleigh 2 Posts: 256

    So you think the one in the border might still be alive Artjak?

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