How to Divide and Transplant Peonies?

Answer Peonies are easy-to-grow and hardy flowering perennial plants with a long lifespan. They do not require division and transplanting to continue flowering, like some perennials do. However, if they a... Read More »

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How do I transplant peonies in the spring?

PreparePrepare a spot in a sunny, well-drained area of your garden. Spade the soil to a depth of 10 to 12 inches. Dig in 2 to 3 inches of peat moss, compost or dry manure along with 1/2 cup of a ba... Read More »

How do I transplant white peonies?

LiftTransplant white peonies in the early fall only when necessary due to overcrowding. They do not recover easily from being moved and are slow to reestablish. Lift the tubers carefully with a gar... Read More »

How to Divide and Transplant Lilies?

Lilies are perennial plants that will flourish in the same location for years. However, lily beds will eventually grow overcrowded due to natural reproduction by the plants. Overcrowded plants will... Read More »

How to Divide and Transplant Daylilies?

Daylilies are hardy perennial plants that produce an abundance of showy flowers in a wide range of colors. Each flower lasts only a day (hence the name, daylilies) but there are so many flowers on ... Read More »