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Generate new plants from your hostas by following Monty Don's video guide to lifting, dividing and planting.spring and autumnPropagating plants by dividingIrisesHerbaceous perennialsAstersDay liliesView a selection of hosta plantsBrowse a variety
A leaf divided into many lobes of the same shape, which usually emanate from one point at the end of a leaf stalk or petiole.
A large tray divided into cells in which seeds may be planted. The cells train the roots downwards, strengthening them and causing limited disruption to the plant when transplanted outside.
Follow Rachel de Thame's video advice on planting irises, with tips on drainage, positioning and when to divide them.summerMore advice on growing irisesDividing irisesCreating an iris container displayDealing with iris leaf spotLayering bulbs in a
15 years ago my dear Mother in Law gave me an Amaryllis bulb for Christmas. I have kept it in growth all this time and get flowers every year. I divided the bulb several years ago and now have two pots full of both large and small bulbs. I wonder
the Spring? Also, is it likely I will be able to divide it and get extra plants? No, don't try to "divide" it. I would plant it now. ( I assume it was in a pot outside and not grown indoors). Prune in spring. Keep old flower heads....these help protect
Just a heads up for those that run the website. Some of the links in the 'What to do now' section are faulty. For example in the flower section for week 22-28 April the Lift and divide clumps of hemerocallis link gives you an Ooops, page cannot
this before. I wonder when I should divide them. Hi ellie. I don't have drumsticks but divide other primulas after they've flowered. Might not be 'right' but it works.
I Have planted iris's for the first time this year and they have come up a treat. Will I need to divide them this year or do I just leave them in the ground, also can i leave Gladioli corms in the ground or do I need to dig them up? Just answered
Can anyone please give me some feedback on what would make a new evergreen hedging as a divide between two houses. Currently I have a lovely display of bamboos but they have grown too well and the neighbour is complaining. Ideally I want to grow