Dividing Perennial Plants - Philodendron

learntogardenMarch 17, 2008

I've recently posted a video demonstrating the division of a philodendron plant. This same technique can be used to divide many other perennial plants as well. I thought some might find this video useful. Click on www.LearnToGarden.net and 'ENTER THE GARDEN'. From there, simply follow the links to the 'video' section. I hope you find it helpful.

Here is a link that might be useful: LearnToGarden Web Site

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