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Dividing perennials improves the health of mature plants, and also allows you to increase the number of plants in your garden. In this video, author and instructor Janet Macunovich provides an introduction to dividing perennials, as well as an overview of the five different types of roots a plant may have.
Dividing Plants with Roots That Form Offsets
Dividing Plants with Surface Roots
Dividing Plants with Taproots
Dividing Plants with Underground Running Roots
Dividing Plants with Woody Roots
10 Tips on Dividing Perennials
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