When I was dividing up the bleeding hearts we had two near fatalities.
In this situation the best course of action is to cut back the foliage pretty severely. Remember the roots feed the plant, too much foliage and not enough roots means a dead plant.
Three weeks in potting soil and we went from this:
I’ll be honest, this doesn’t always work. I’ve had pretty good luck with it though. I’ve done it with the bleeding hearts and with some day lilies that snapped off at the roots and some other stuff. But if you’re going to throw out the plant anyway you might as well just stick it in a pot and see if it grows!
Summer Blog Challenge: Guilty Pleasures
I watch the Vampire Diaries religiously (omg Damon)