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Dividing and Transplanting Chrysanthemums

August19,1998 Our Mums have expanded greatly we need to know how to divide and replant and when to do this. The mums are outside in our front landscaping. We live in northern Kentucky by Cincinnati. Please help!!!
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A Sunburst Chrysanthemum in bloom

Chrysanthemums should be divided every three to five years to avoid overcrowding and promote maximum flowering. They should be divided in the spring when new growth appears. Dig entire clumps and separate the plants with a sharp, clean knife or spade. Remove dead and diseased plants. Replant as soon as possible in a loose, well- drained, organic soil. Chrysanthemums should periodically be moved to a new location, but if this is not feasible, the soil should be sterilized chemically to reduce danger of disease and insect problems.

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