I leave it standing in place, because birds will land on it and eat the dried seeds. The dry stalks can also provide some support for next year's stalks. They can tip over in a heavy wind but the old ones act like canes for support. (Don't immediately cut one off if it tips over; see if it is still alive. I've had them simply make a turn upward at the end and bloom right there on the ground).
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