First Frost & clearing back Herbaceous perennials.

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 A frosted Walled garden.
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Crystallized Verbena bonariensis
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Frosty Penstemon ‘Burgundy’
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Flower head structure of  Agapanthus inapertus subsp. pendulus‘Graskop’ accentuated by frost.
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Herbaceous border with Crocosmia × crocosmiiflora ‘Carmin Brillant’ in the foreground.
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Gorgeous frosted foliage of Euryops pectinatus.
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Frosted flower heads of Fuchsia ‘Lady Boothby’

Herbaceous Perennials are not demanding plants, but trimming them after flowering finishes in late autumn/early winter helps improve their appearance and flowering. However, some stems can be left over winter to provide homes & food for wildlife, & then trimmed back in spring.