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How To Divide Perennials

When divided every few years, perennials benefit by becoming stronger and producing more blooms. Dividing perennials create more, smaller, clumps of the same plant. Even if more plants are not desired, perennials should be divided to rejuvenate old plants. The first step to division is to dig up the plant …

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How To Propagate Perennials

Stem Cuttings: Stem cuttings fall into one of three different categories: softwood, semi-hardwood, and hardwood. Softwood cuttings are taken from the current season’s new growth, while the stems are still soft yet not too tender. Forsythia and Lilac are good candidates for softwood propagation. June and July are the best …

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