Okay, don't freak out on me, but do you think that it would totally ruin my bread knife if I used it to divide a Hosta plant? I know this isn't the right time of year, but I have to, and I have nothing to divide it with, obviously I didn't think this through enough before I dug the monster up, but here I am with a huge Hosta dug up, roots exposed and nothing to cut into it to divide it, and there is no breaking it by hand, it's huge. I don't have time to go to the store, I have to leave in 3 hours to go to an open house and I have to get 2 kids and myself ready (so much for polishing my nails!)... and I have to replant it after I get it divided... okay, it's not likely that it's going to get done in 3 hours... so any advice on the keeping it damp until tomorrow and what do you think about the bread knife. It says to use a large serrated knife... but I obviously don't want to ruin my $70 bread knife! HELP!!!