Lawn & Garden
Spring is the time to divide summer and fall-blooming perennials. Watch this video for a step by step guide to dividing perennial plants. This video demonstrates dividing a perennial chrysanthemum plant to describe the process.
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- Now is the time to divide your overgrown perennial plants.
- Dig up your perennial with as much root as possible.
- Gently pull apart pieces of the plant.
- If it doesn’t pull apart easily, use a saw to divide it into pieces.
- Add compost to the planting area.
- Replant your perennials 12″-18″ apart.
- Add mulch and water your plants well.