Dividing Crocosmia. Gather up the stems in a bunch and lift and slide the corms onto an old compost bag or similar to aid transportation. With a gentle twist, simply break apart the offsets you find attached to the base of the main corm and replant them.
If your partial shade crocosmia plants are reaching towards the sun, dig up the corms once the foliage has faded and relocate them to a sunnier. Crocosmia should be divided every 2 to 3 years to prevent overcrowding and to keep them vigorous. Crocosmia grow and flower best in full sun.
Dividing Crocosmia Lucifer. Its vibrant blossoms give way to. Crocosmia lucifer usually requires very little maintenance once established.
Leave the stems on, though you can shorten them a bit to make things easier.you need a sharp spade and just get in there and cut out a chunk of whatever size you want. Some crocosmias, such as crocosmia ‘lucifer’ and c. Best to use a strong fork.