October 1, 2006

The correct way to divide your plants

One of the most fun things that I like to do in the fall is to prepare my garden and landscape by dividing plants that have an over abundance of growth. Dividing your plants in the fall and planting them in places in your yard that do not have as much growth will give you a pleasant suprise to look forward to when spring arrives.

Another way that you can add variety to your garden is to check with your family and freinds to see if they have any plants or ground covers that are taking over there [garden landscape]. They may have varieties of plants that you do not have and you can offer to help them thin out there garden. By helping them thin out there garden by dividing plants you can ask them for the roots that have just been removed and you can then add them to your garden or landscape.

Of course you can just wait till they decide to go out in there garden and start dividing there plants. Then you can just show up unexpectedly and choose from the variety of plants they are dividing before they give or throw them away. But you would not do that would you :)

Here are a few tips to help you get started on how to divide plants the correct way.

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