Growing Green: Dividing Perennials
Spring weather beckons like the mythical Sirens, and I am lured to my perennial beds. The frost has left the ground, and the first few early perennials have begun to grow. Dianthus, delphinium, alchemilla, gaillardia and campanula are pushing their way through the soil, eager to greet the new spring. For the gardener, early spring means planning, seed starting and waiting. However, there is one thing you can begin to do right now.
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