Everybody, this is Sam with heartland turf and landscape and we often get clients will ask us in the fall to trim down their ornamental bushes, cut back their hydrangeas or cut back their hostas. And so I’ve got the zebra grass I planted this spring, so they’re still pretty small, and they’re right in front of the Hydra hydrangeas here. But you want to let your ornamental grasses go fully dormant on their own. And same with the hydrangeas. Just let them there go all the way dormant. If you start cutting them back now, they’re not going to like it. They’re still been building energy to regrow next year. So let all this stuff just go dormant on its own and you’ll get a lot better results when it comes back next year.