Free plants – how to divide perennials

Free plants – how to divide perennials Does your garden have holes in it at the moment?  Not actual holes in the ground you understand, but holes nonetheless.  Are the borders are looking bare, with whacking great patches of soil with nothing in them?  Mine certainly are, and it’s not very uplifting to look at!

Gaps in your borders are perfectly normal for this time of year, because lots of plants are in their dormant phase until the weather warms up and they start to put on new growth.  However you can use it as an opportunity to take stock and make some changes that will plug those gaps come Spring and Summer.  And you can do it without spending a penny too.

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