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Transplanting In Your Garden

Do you have a plant in your front yard that you would prefer to be planted in the backyard? Are you interested in planting a removed and discarded plant from a friend’s or neighbor’s yard into your own garden? This process is called transplanting

And here’s how you do it:

  1. If possible, try to do your transplanting in the fall, when the weather has cooled down a bit. While you are still able to transplant in the summer, hot weather can potentially damage exposed roots during the transplanting process.
  1. Do not transplant a blooming plant! Wait a few weeks after the blooms have faded to transplant.
  1. Dampen the soil of the plant before it is removed from its original location
  1. Re-plant in a hole that is a little bit bigger than the root ball of the plant 
  1. Water deeply immediately after planting in the new location
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