How to Divide Perennials
Hi, have you ever been to a Nursery
Stock Auction? I just spent the entire day at one
of these auctions and I only spent $750 which is
quite low for me. I got two over stuffed truck loads
of plants for that price.
But what is so cool about these sales is just watching
how passionate people are about buying plants. I’d have
to guess that today’s sale brought in $100,000 or more!
Can you imagine?
I bought hundreds of plants for under $2.00 each!
Our Backyard Growers get to attend these sales all the
time because we get advance notice of when these
wholesale auctions are going to take place. You should
join the fun, we are having a blast!
You should tune in this evening and join me on a
Green Industry telesummit. It’s free, I am one of
the guest contributors. Check it out.
Now is the time to dig up and divide your perennials
before they really start growing. Just dig them up
and cut the root clumps into smaller pieces and replant
each piece in a new location. After several years it
really does your perennials good to be divided. They
will grow more vigorously and flower better.
Here’s inforation on Daylillies, and all perennials
are pretty much done the same way.
My book, Easy Plant Propagation” makes an excellent
gift for the gardener in your life. Suprise somebody
with a signed copy!
Do me a favor and send this newsletter
to at least three of your gardening friends and tell them
why you like me,or why you don’t like me. Okey dokey?
Take care, have a great day and by all means stay inspired!