They were purchased and planted from pots last spring. All three look the same so I suppose that's what I'll do. I can do that now too right?Jess wrote:Hi Opp2
How long have you had them and have you ever split them? This could be the reason. They get congested over time and the middle dies. You need to lift them split them and replant the healthy outside growth. You should get several clumps from the one.
Thanks Jess...-32C is really in the dead of winter here, we usually hover around -5 to -10C....right now average daytime high is 15C and nights are +4-10C.Jess wrote:Down to -32C? I don't think I could bear being in that cold a place.
I have to google everytime to check how cold the different zones are in America. England only varies in temp by about 10 degrees C.
So back to your question...as long as you split when there is no frost on the ground they will be fine. Try to do it when it isn't too warm either so not when the sun is directly on them. Towards the end of the day works best as long as the night is not too cold. What are your min temps at this time of the year? There never seems to be enough info about this on the computer.