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Can you transplant lovage without having it sprout back from the roots?

 
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Is Lovage one of those herbs, like comfrey, for which if you try to divide it or harvest the root, it is impossible to remove all the root fragments and it sprouts back even more vigorously?
 
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Interesting - will be watching this
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