A: Now that blooms have faded in August, cut the stems down until only 4 – 6 leaves are left. Dig large clumps of the root mass and transplant to a new spot. Water immediately and thereafter when leaves start to wilt. You can further divide these clumps in spring when the first leaves appear.
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