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Saturday October 6, 2012

Lamont, Canada

Caption: We had a light frost 2 days ago. The "Autumn Joy" you identified is ever so colorful.

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4. ThisBoy
3:47 PM GMT on October 07, 2012
Quoting ChrisAnthemum:
These perennials are easy to divide either in late fall or early spring; just make sure they are firmly anchored and well mulched to prevent frost heaving. Also, often the stems may have small rosettes of leaves near the bottoms, and those can be pulled off and rooted to make new plants.


Thank you for the advice. I have printed out your note! You are very kind :)
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3. ChrisAnthemum
2:35 AM GMT on October 07, 2012
These perennials are easy to divide either in late fall or early spring; just make sure they are firmly anchored and well mulched to prevent frost heaving. Also, often the stems may have small rosettes of leaves near the bottoms, and those can be pulled off and rooted to make new plants.
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2. ThisBoy
2:31 AM GMT on October 07, 2012
Quoting ChrisAnthemum:
Nice to see it! It might color up even more as autumn goes along!


Temps are starting to drop below zero here at night. Would love to add 3 or 3 into the flowerbed for the spring!
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1. ChrisAnthemum
7:30 PM GMT on October 06, 2012
Nice to see it! It might color up even more as autumn goes along!
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Have spent decades in the broadcast media as an independent reporter and researcher. I traveled to many places around our planet.Mother gave me my first camera when I was 6 years old. Have many of those black and white photos in good condition. Kept photos as a part of my daily journal.Now back in my home Province of Alberta, Canada living in Edmonton.

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