My pennies were split and transplanted last year. Not doing well ?
Janice Hnat on Jun 02, 2017Did you plant them too deep? Fertilize with slow release fertilizer.Helpful Reply
Molly Anmar on Jun 02, 2017Perhaps the divisions were planted to deeply or maybe at the wrong time of the year. It's difficult to say.See if you don't find this informative: http://www.clemson.edu/extension/hgic/plants/landscape/flowers/hgic1170.htmlHelpful Reply
Elizabeth Michels Pinizzotto on Jun 02, 2017sometimes the first year is like a shock; they might reset for next year. Give slow release fertilizer. I had that happen when a friend dug out some of hers to give me.Helpful Reply
Janet Pizaro on Jun 02, 2017they may have been planting incorrectly.When were they transplanted?How deep were they planted? If fertilizer was used you may have burned the roots.Helpful Reply
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