Details about what needs to be done later, first, let's set the scene.
Above: Campanula Conglomerata and Yellow Loosestrife, two of the tough-as-nails perennials that I divide, pot up and sell.
The sign says:
Adapted to local conditions
Resistant to deer
Garanteed to thrive or another plant free.
Few things make me happier than standing behind a table of glowing plants and have people buy them up. I have quite a few return customers. But I must find ways to be more efficient at it. This year I will make plant-sized divisions, and let them grow out a bit more in a well-manured bed instead of in tiny pots. Why did I not think of that earlier? That way they are easier to water as well. I have spent way too much time moving plants from one pot to another, not to mention dunking each pot in a pail with PLANet Food once a week.
Below: Siberian Iris.