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Action 75: Split established perennial plants to create new plants. Plants  such as golden rod, Japanese anemones, daisies, cranesbill, echinops  and the like, expand their root base each year and spread out. In the autumn you can uproot them and then pull or cut them in half and replant each part as a new plant – or share them with neighbours. Whilst the autumn weather is still mild, they will happily re-establish themselves. 

Author: Judith Russenberger

Environmentalist and theologian, with husband and three grown up children plus one cat, living in London SW14. I enjoy running and drinking coffee - ideally with a friend or a book.

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