Ok I have 3 questions.
1. I planted a easter lilly a couple of years ago. Last year it came up and was beautiful. This year it is coming up again, but it looks like there may be 2 others sprouting from the same bulb. I have heard bulbs split and you can dig them up, separate them, and replant them. What is a good time to do this? Fall or spring? I hate to do it now and risk not having any flowers.
2. We have a huge out of control juniper bush in our front yard. In a way it's nice because no one can get close to our rather large front window, but I would like for part of it to go. Is it possible to dig up say 3/4 of it and keep just a small piece where it is? Or would that kill the whole thing?
3. Relates to grass and my yard. Last year we planted something called "water saver" grass we got at home depot. What came up was crab grass and other unwanted weeds such as sandburs. Now it's spring and I've been digging up, or killing every weed in my yard that I can. But so very little grass has come up, just some tufts around the tree. WHat is a good water saving type grass to plant from seed that will help to choke out all the weeds? Our soil is heavy clay so that only adds to the growing problems