Queen Emma

Brevard, NC(Zone 7a)

I have several Queen Emma plants in my garden that have smaller "babies" at the base. Some are growing directly next to the stem and a few several inches away from the base of the plant. Does anyone know how to safely remove the shoots that are growing off of the main stem without damaging either the mother plant or babies. I wish to transplant these babies elsewhere.

Thanks

Clermont, FL(Zone 9a)

Daves Garden plant files says divide by rhizones, corms, and offsets. Guess you can pull them off gently and plant them elsewhere.

Someone else may chime in that has experience with them. I have never tried growing them.

Bonnie

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