Because we like happy plants.  I am not a master gardener like my business partner and garden mentor Terese, but I know when a plant is happy.  Happy plants have lots of flowers and lush foliage.  Many of us are forever moving an unhappy plant to different areas of the garden to try to make them perform better.  Dividing them along with the right soil, light etc. is an excellent way to keep plants happy.  There is also the wonderful benefit that you create more plants that can be shared or even sold.  That is why we created  We don’t want to see those plant divisions ending up on the compost pile in one garden while someone else spends money to buy the same plant that was grown somewhere else and shipped to your garden store.


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