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    Oh, okay..
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    Wait, just to clarify, do you mean divide as in cut up the rhizomes or divide as in move the sarrs into separate pots?

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    The best time for divising sarracenia is not in spring? When the plant came out of dormancy ?

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    The best time to do rhizome divisions is late autumn/ winter/ early spring. While it's in dormancy or just coming out/going into dormancy. So yeah, early spring is good. So long as its not in late spring, summer or early autumn, as that could stunt its growth. My previous post was incorrect, my apologies.

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    Anyone want to walk me through the steps? I know I need a really sharp knife tool thing for clean cuts.
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    Anyone, before its too late?
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    Just grab the rhizome and pull til it snaps in half. If that won't work just cut it where it looks best
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    Or use a knife/ scissors and cut off growth tips from the rhizome, making sure to take like 2-3 inches of rhizome and some root mass as well for a quick and healthy recovery

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