Special Gift Offer
URL:
http://www.gardengatemagazine.com/articles/how-to/divide/how-to-divide-new-perennials/
Share:

How to divide new perennials

By: Garden Gate staff
Save money with these steps to divide new perennials and get more plants for free.

When shopping for new perennials, look for containers with lots of foliage, like the one above. You can plant it as one clump, or make it cover a larger area by dividing it right away. Follow along to learn how to divide a newly purchased container of foamflowers (Tiarella hybrid).

Previous Next
Published: Feb. 27, 2018
Share:
Tags:

Product Recommendations

Here are some supplies and tools we find essential in our everyday work in the garden. We may receive a commission from sales referred by our links; however, we have carefully selected these products for their usefulness and quality.

GDT_HTCSubAd_240x230

Related Tags

perennials

Related Articles


GDT Free Issues zone7and11 Mobile_Spring

You Might Also Like…

| How To…

Compost Tea

Give your soil a healthy dose of beneficial microbes by adding brewed compost tea. We'll show you how to make it and use it in your garden here.
| How To…

Dividing Siberian Iris

When your Siberian iris isn’t flowering as well as it used to it may be time to divide. Find out how to do this and get your new divisions off to a great start.
GDT Free Issue zone15 Spring