COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. — The Master Gardeners of Montgomery County are holding a Dividing Perennials Workshop on Saturday, October 22nd from 9:30 to 11:00 AM at the 4-H Center, 1015 Bridge Road (Route 113), Collegeville, PA 19426.
This workshop will start with an indoor lecture covering the benefits of dividing perennials, why fall is a good time to divide them, how to know when perennials should be divided, how to avoid root damage and how to replant your new divisions. Then, the class will go outdoors for a participatory experience in dividing different types of perennials, such as hostas, day lilies, asters, bee balm, irises and cone flowers.
Workshop presenters are Master Gardeners of Montgomery County, volunteers who have been specially trained and certified by Penn State Extension. Master Gardeners provide education on a broad range of horticultural topics and can advise community residents on best practices based on university research and recommendations.
There is no charge for the workshop although donations will be appreciated. Registration is required as space is limited. To register, please email email@example.com with your name, contact information and the number of people in your party. If you have questions, call 610-489-4315. Free parking is available
–Penn State Extension