When to Transplant Peonies?

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Peonies are popular perennials featuring large, fragrant blooms. While they may thrive in one spot for many years, sometimes there are reasons to transplant them to a different location. Reasons for Transplanting Established peony plants may need to be transplanted for many reasons: if they are not receiving enough sunlight; if, for aesthetic reasons, they…


How to Split and Transplant Daylilies

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If a section of your garden is being overrun by daylilies, this is the article for you. It is easy to separate and transplant overgrown daylilies to another part of your garden. Difficulty: Moderately Easy Instructions Things You’ll Need Daylilies Garden sheers Spade The first thing that you have to do is to dig up…


How to Transplant Coneflowers

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Coneflowers botanically known as Echinacea purpurea, are perennial flowers with a shrub growing habit that throw purple petaled blooms with a distinct furry cone in the center of the flower that resembles a tiny hedgehog. Used for centuries by Native Americans as a medicine, it remains a popular homeopathic remedy for many ailments including colds…


When to Transplant Clematis Flowers

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Clematis is a beautiful, climbing woody vine that produces abundant blossoms in a variety of colors. Once established, clematis needs only a minimum of care to continue blooming year after year. Most popular varieties are the Jackman clematis, which produces large, deep purple flowers, and the Japanese clematis which produces profuse small white flowers. Transplanting…


How to Transplant Clematis Outdoors

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Clematis is a woody vine that produces big, showy, flowers for much of the summer. Clematis blooms may have from four to eight petals, and are available in a range of colors and shapes, depending on the variety. Although most clematis are deciduous, evergreen varieties are available. If you think your clematis will be happier…


How to Transplant Cymbidium Orchids

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Cymbidium orchids will grow and flower best when their roots are a bit crowded. They only need to be transplanted when the pseudo bulbs start to crowd to the edge of the pot. Cymbidiums bloom from January to April. The best time to transplant is when the blooms have faded for the season. Difficulty: Moderately…


How to Transplant Crocosmia Lucifer

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Crocosmia lucifer (Lucifer Montbretia) is a tall crocosmia that in early spring will produce bright scarlet tubes filled with sweet nectar for happy hummingbirds. Crocosmia is a prolific grower and may need to be transplanted occasionally if the plant begins to outgrow its borders. Transplant crocosmia lucifer in early spring, before new growth appears. Difficulty:…


How to Transplant an Asian Bleeding Heart Plant

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For best results, you should transplant an Asian bleeding heart plant in early autumn, after the hottest days of summer have passed. The bleeding heart is a perennial shade plant but can tolerate partial sun as long as it does not get too hot. Relocate the plant under tree canopies or on the shaded side…


How to Transplant a Salvia Divinorum

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Salvia divinorum grows well in humid and tropical conditions. The delicate plant can break easily, and it needs a lot of room for its roots to spread. The Salvia divinorum can grow up to 8 feet tall. The plant belongs to the mint family, and it has green foliage with violet flowers. You can grow…


How to Transplant Black-Eyed Susan

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The black-eyed Susan is a wildflower that can thrive in almost any soil condition. When transplanting, taking careful steps to provide extra nutrients and favorable conditions will ensure that the black-eyed Susan thrives in its new area. Transplant when the flower is dormant, such as in early spring or late fall, and allow time for…


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