Separating Perennials

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Summer is drawing to a close and fall waits around the corner.  Your summer blooms put on a beautiful show in the warm weather and now it’s time for your autumn perennials to display their colors.  Popular choices for late-season perennials are chrysanthemums, Black-eyed Susans, asters and Shasta daisies.  With each year, these plants grow fuller and their clumps spread out further, often overtaking areas of your garden.  When the clumps become too large for their location, it’s time to consider separating perennials into multiple, smaller plants.

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