Conyers Garden Club divides and conquers perennials

Fall is the best time to separate and divide garden perennials. The Conyers Garden Club practiced this technique in a hands-on workshop led by club president and master gardener Gale Thomas at the September meeting. Members divided and planted clumps of perennials to share and expand their gardens for the spring and summer. The group left the meeting with brand new plants and proper techniques for plant division and replanting. (Special Photo)

Fall is the best time to separate and divide garden perennials. The Conyers Garden Club practiced this technique in a hands-on workshop led by club president and master gardener Gale Thomas at the September meeting. Members divided and planted clumps of perennials to share and expand their gardens for the spring and summer. The group left the meeting with brand new plants and proper techniques for plant division and replanting. (Special Photo)

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