In the gardening world, peonies are not only known for their large and beautiful blooms, but are also famous for their long life. In fact, they’ll bloom happily in your garden for decades without taking over the space or getting too crowded. However, sometimes you might want to divide some clumps or share them with neighbors and friends. Here is how to divide them without taking too much of a risk. Dividing perennials is easy with this guide!
1. Time it Right
Transplanting and dividing peonies is best done in the late fall, after a hard frost has made a visit to your garden.