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Daylilies can be safley divided and moved now. Photo: Billy Hathorn
Daylilies can be safley divided and moved now. Photo: Billy Hathorn

Time for crowd control in the garden

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Overcrowding can be a real problem for plants, from the row of young lettuce or carrots, to the patch of well-established perennials. And right now is a good time to take stock and do some strategic thinning-out.

Cornell Cooperative Extension horticulturist Amy Ivy shares tips with Martha Foley, including plants, like day lilies and bearded iris, that are OK to divide and move now.

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