Why, when, and how should you divide perennials? It keeps them healthy, protecting against diseases and insect infestations. Dividing will create larger and more flowers, keeping the plant looking beautiful. It’s best to divide in spring or fall. Dig up the plant, separate the crowns, and then replant! The bearded iris is a little different, so check out our specific step-by-step instructions for its division. Also, some perennials shouldn’t be divided, so check before you divide.
'Fire' Campsis Summer Jazz: A new hybrid deep green Trumpet Vine that stays compact and does not need pruning!! Reaches 6-8' tall and 4-5' wide, with gorgeous red-orange blooms spring through fall that are loved by butterflies, birds, & hummingbirds. Takes full sun, hardy in Zones 5-8.