Transplant And Divide Hardy Perennials Now

Daniel Gill, West, Lisa

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(Audio 02/26/07) Most of the hardy perennials growing in landscapes can be cut back and divided this time of the year. Cutting back perennials removes dead growth. But this needs to be done before they put on spring growth. This also is a good time to transplant perennials. (Runtime: 60 seconds)
3/22/2007 2:07:04 AM
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