Posted: 26/07/2017 at 19:23
There are four 'clumps' of Japanese Anenomes in the garden which this year have grown to be HUGE.
They are just coming into flower and are very pretty but because they are overgrowing everything else Id like to divide them. ( new home already found for unwanted pieces )
When is the best time to do this and exactly how is the correct way..ie should I chop them down first or just dig them up and slice with a spade?