Perenial Wallflower Help pls

Just planted these as young plants last year but noticed that they have become very leggy, how do i proceed? feel i should cut them back but unsure as to how far, Any help welcomed
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John Andrew

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On 2011-02-27, John Andrew wrote:

They should be well established. After they bloom, cut off the seed head and trim as you like. Though listed as a annual plant they are hardy enought to withstand way below freeaing temps and stay green during winter. Love their smell though they are short blooming, darnit.
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Bud;913831 Wrote:

Thanks for the post
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