Most common perennials benefit from being divided every three to five years. To divide, dig up the plant and gently pull apart or cut it into three to five shoots.
Most common perennials benefit from being divided every three to five years. To divide, dig up the plant and gently pull apart or cut it into three to five shoots. Joe Fudge Tribune News Service
Most common perennials benefit from being divided every three to five years. To divide, dig up the plant and gently pull apart or cut it into three to five shoots. Joe Fudge Tribune News Service

Dividing perennials spurs renewed growth

April 21, 2017 08:00 AM

UPDATED April 21, 2017 08:00 AM

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