Fragmentation, would not be the word I would use.
I see druidry as a freedom to branch
off while still being a vital part of the tree. This is indeed a stregnth.
Try that with evangelistic monotheism
Unlike anything "white" or lineage based, what has grown from druidry is unique. Just as importantly, the unique quality is inclusive by way of core value to what is good in all other spiritual understandings. This however is not reciprocated, unfortunately, often. Most of the discord I have seen comes from a coveting nature, something humanity groaps at all too often. This is most often traced to an oppression historically, yet, druidism is not really democratic in nature. This causes some confusion, now & then.
The blossoming of Druidism has been inspired by all and this is a testament to those, including Philip, who felt the need to plant a seed in thought, purely as it was. Just as real is the need to avoid letting druidry fall into the realms often oppressed, and the careful judgment to select the wheat from the chaff, discard ideas of hierarchy, and encourage questions, celebrate diversity, are some of the reasons why.
This all however is not to discourage the brother and sister forms of druidry, the roots and all. OBOD druidism is an evolved form, and to discount our roots would be self defeating. The wisdom to allow questions has been and is one of the basic values, the very fertile ground of the living tradition, value and love of all existance, we see as druidism. It is from the evolving and living path druidism is, that we step away from the "things" dogmas and set-in-stone ideals often failing our world, environment and future. "Why are we here today" is and must be a question we ask of ourselves and should be a question asked to the heart, not the mind.
In essence, I see druidism as an active progression formed by each question, each meditation, every chanting breath.
In this is the difference and brings unique diversity.
"Am I a druid?" is perhaps the most asked question.
To this is my own answer: rather be
Drui in the active sense, there is no need
to be "a" druid. From this will come being Drui by walking the walk as a way
not a thing.