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Potting up the bits that fell off Ive been dividing clumps of

Potting up the bits that fell off Ive been dividing clumps of


Potting up the bits that fell off. Ive been dividing clumps of Heleniums (free

When dividing chives, be sure to pot up a few for your indoor kitchen herb

Propagating Helenium Autumnale by division

Close-up of the lifted clump. Gently pull it into halves, then quarters

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How to Divide Iris in Spring replanted, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

Before and after washing the soil (and bits of straw mulch) off:

Before and after washing the soil (and bits of straw mulch) off:

How to Divide Iris in Spring 4, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com (8 of 21)

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Dividing Alpine Strawberries

How To Propagate Spider Plants

How to Divide Daylilies

How to Divide Iris in Spring, knife, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com.com

I think the easiest way to star them is with one plant, perhaps a division from a friend's garden. My entire chive hedge started from two medium-size clumps ...

Over the growing season, I'm hoping that this scraggly row (which actually

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A mini-clump lying on the ground, ready to be planted.

How to Divide Iris in Spring

Immerse it in a bucket of water and swish it around to wash all of the soil off of the roots.

In a milder climate, a secondary annual garlic plot might not be necessary, but up here in ...

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Iris with text overlay, how to divide Iris in Spring and still get blooms w

10 Tips on Dividing Perennial Plants

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Dividing Dahlia Bulbs: How And When To Divide Dahlia Tubers

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How to Divide Aloe Vera and Other Succulents

Aloe vera plant after removal from pot.

Daylilies blooming in ...

Here's our Zamioculcas zamiifolia hanging out in our bathroom pre-dividing

A love of the primrose is part and parcel of being English. And I am half-English. My mother came from the southwestern part of England, where primroses ...

Potted and well on target to flower next year but will they be white?

The three divisions.

How to Separate Succulents: Removing Babies/Offsets with Sucs for You!

Dividing Garlic clumps

Ready for potting in mid August. They have made so much root I have had to cut the plants out of the pot

Welcoming some spring sunshine – Six on Saturday 14.04.18

Digging and Dividing Dahlias

... the daffodil bulbs, they were very obviously coming out of the ground in huge clumps. These are the clumps that I'll be dividing before planting again.


To propagate succulents, snip mature clusters from leggy stems and arrange leaves on a paper

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How to split Dahlia tubers to keep 'em growing. (even if you live in an area where you don't have to dig them up you *should* still split your tubers)

planting iris bulbs in fall | THE TIME TO PLANT OR DIVIDE TALL BEARDED IRIS

Sometimes I just keep my clumps intact like this until I am ready to divide later in the winter, but most people suggest doing it in the fall ...

Season to taste: Alan Titchmarsh's tips on growing herbs

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The cold was so prolonged that inside unheated greenhouses it was just as cold as outside.That year I lost all of my potted agapanthus.

The clump. Clump is a good word. Clump clump clump.

A few pieces broke off from the main rootball, so I planted them up in a pot. In the fall, I will try to find them a permanent home. When I was dividing ...

crowded succulents

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Above is the plant I just potted up vs another one that I potted up two months ago to show you how quickly they grow (bearing in mind this is all being ...

Divide in cool weather

Once you've decimated the horror show of tubers, you'll have several individual, viable tubers for planting this year – all out of that one tuber from last ...

As the dirt falls away, the bulbets, with their roots intact, will eventually

A blue ceramic planter full of different kinds of succulents.

How to Care for Peace Lilies (Spathiphyllum)

Pot bamboo to thwart the plant's tendency to invade surrounding areas.

... I could trim the roots a bit–better to do that than try to cram them into a tiny pot and have them wrap around and around as they grow.)

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clump with piece chopped out

Splitting spider plant roots

Place the potted cuttings on a bright – but not hot – window sill. You may get some dieback of the ends – just clip those off. If any cuttings die back all ...

Wash all soil off of tubers to reduce disease and insects if you are storing in the house or in material such as vermiculite. Allow clumps and tuber to dry ...

Our Zamioculcas zamiifolia' very (too) healthy root system was so crowded I had

Helenium grows in clumps from a crown (L, in early spring) with lanceolate leaves with sparsely toothed to almost entire margins (R).

How to Plant, Grow, and Care for Dahlias

Fill an indoor pot with damp, regular potting soil and place the cuttings. If you tend to over-water, you might use a cactus mix instead.

Occasionally David will use potted plants to fill the empty spaces left by early bloomers, but often container plantings end up in the garden simply because ...

I replace every bit of organic matter in a perennial bed when I divide. I

A zebra cactus or haworthia with exposed roots, ready for dividing and starting new plants

Sweet Peas, Sweet Peppers, Chilli Pepper some Lupins, Spring Onions in clumps and some Heritage Onions from ...

This spring the clump of 'Victoria Louise' oriental poppies in the long border sent up at least 50 blooms. While the display was truly spectacular, ...

Seedlings scored and replanted in a half-hour in April:

The division on the right came from the crowded center of an old clump of Astrantia carniolica and consequently has fewer roots than the piece from the ...

Once the clumps are divided into small clumps of three to four bulbets, it's time

Large clump of canna rhizomes ready for splitting

Kitchen herb gardens are reasonably common around the city, but rare is the garden that contains lovage—a robust perennial herb that looks and tastes like ...

Start back about 12″ from the stalk and start to dig, working your way around, get under the dahlia

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Potted plants two weeks later

Before and after washing the soil (and bits of straw mulch) off:

Spider plants are easy to propagate. Learn about the different spider plant propagation methods (

Lily of the Valley

Splitting Your Mother-In-Laws Tongue Plant

Iris Flowers

I easily grow a year's supply of ginger root from them. I also have plenty left over to give away, both ginger root planting material and ginger for eating.

... (10 cm) tall baby to a monster with eight clumps of leaves that was taking over two-thirds of the tank, divided it, and potted it up into four pots: