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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Simple Fall Division of Your Perennial Herbs Oregano, Thyme, Chives, Sage & Using a Soil Knife

Simple Fall Division of Your Perennial Herbs 
Oregano, Thyme, Chives, Sage & Using a Soil Knife

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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.





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