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Perennials need to be cut back to a couple of inches from the ground. This includes cannas, lantana, plumbago, asters, any perennial where the top growth has died back. Trim ornamental grasses to about 6-10” to allow fresh new growth to emerge uncluttered. Roses can be pruned by as much as half, except for spring only bloomers. Trim liriope, cast iron plant and any other tropical greenery that's gotten winter burn or looks a bit ragged.