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Monday 29 May 2017

Propagating perennials is easy 

Andrew Collyer's Practical Gardening Perhaps the easiest way of getting free plants, apart from being given them, is by dividing herbaceous perennial plants. A herbaceous perennial is a plant that doesn't have a woody structure and survives from year to year. They can be evergreen like many Agapanthus and Hellebores or they can die back to the ground and be deciduous like Delphiniums or Phlox. Mosts are incredibly easy to propagate by division and within a few years of planting a...

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