Welcome! This blog is dedicated to all things related to vegetable gardening. I now have a garden seed shop on Shopify. I want to thank everyone for watching my videos and your kindness. Gardening is truly a world-wide hobby. Enjoy and good luck with your 2017 gardens! ... Gary
Many herbs are perennials. A great time to divide them is in the fall after a frost. One tool I use regularly in the garden is a soil knife. It makes for quick divisions. Just dump out your container herbs or dig up a plant creating a nice root-ball and cut it into to pieces. Nothing fancy. Put the divisions in a temporary place and come spring, you'll have herb plants ready to be transplanted where you'd like. You can do this for most perennial plants including your flowers.
Good Luck with Your Garden,
Gary (The Rusted Garden)