Dianthus Splitting

frecklesb(z5 IN)March 11, 2005

Since Dianthus seems to do well out here in NW Indiana, I want to split my plants so I have consistancy. Anyone know if this is possible?

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tadeusz5(z5 il)


A sharp knife or spade will do the trick, I would attempt this as soon as the soil is workable, sprinkle some 10-10-10 fertilizer after you transplant them and await thier new growth and flowering this spring. It's a great way to spread them to different areas.

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