Lespedeza thurnbergii

nancyfc(z6b NJ)April 1, 2007

My Lespedeza thurnbergii (bush clover) is several years old and has been taking over its corner of the garden. I read I can divide it now (in the spring), but that I should wait for new growth to begin. Is there anything else I should do to insure the success of the divisions?

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honey_mi(Z5 MI)

Nancy, I think you meant to post this over on the Discussions portion of this forum. I'm sure there is someone there who can assist.

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