Quick Tip: Keeping your ornamental grasses healthy

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Shawn Olsen of USU Extension  answers the question, when to prune your ornamental grasses?  Leave unpruned over winter and then cut down to about six inches high in early spring.  The seed heads sticking up through the snow provide winter interest in the landscape.

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