Dividing Perennials

The perennial flowers in your garden or landscape can be divided (split into smaller pieces) in order to control the size, to rejuvenate plants or to propagate (creatie additional plants).  Learn more about dividing perennials in the Iowa State University Extension & Outreach Yard and Garden news release from March 8, 2018.

Authors: 

Richard Jauron Extension Program Specialist II

Provide horticultural information to home gardeners and extension staff via the telephone, written communication (Horticulture and Home Pest News, Yard and Garden,  and extension publications), radio, computer (Internet and e-mail), and live presentations.   Also assist with the Master ...

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