It’s time to divide and multiply in the garden

By FELDER RUSHING,

Let’s kick this new garden year off by getting more of something while giving part of it away.

When I root cuttings of favorite old shrubs, throw wildflower seeds out my truck window, or dig up daylilies and iris and split them into smaller plants, I end up with more than I started with, usually with leftovers to share.

 
 
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