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How do I divide Bergenia?
Last Updated: 29th January, 2020
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In this way, do you cut back Bergenia?
In general, bergenia plants need little in the way of pruning. You can cut back spent flower stalks to keep plants looking tidy in the summer, but this deadheading will not spur any further blooming. In areas where the foliage is marginally evergreen, trimming back tattered foliage will also increase plant tidiness.
Subsequently, question is, how do you look after Bergenia? How to Care for a Bergenia Plant. Growing Bergenia loves shade and dappled sunlight, so choose a darker corner of the yard or a bed up against the house that rarely gets full sunlight. Plant them 12 to 18 inches apart early in the spring to fill the area without crowding them out.
In respect to this, when should I split Bergenia UK?
Every three to four years, bergenia clumps tends to become too dense to produce many flowers, and the center dies out. The ideal time to divide the plant is in the spring, once the flowers have died back. All you have to do is dig them up and separate the root clump into pieces.
Can you split Geums?
Geums can be propagated by: Division - dig up in spring or autumn and break up into separate plants each with roots. Plant out straight away. Discard old weak parts.