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We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow bushclearance.pw more. Jul 17, When you replant, be sure it will be resting at the same soil level as it was before, and water it in well to help settle the soil and encourage new root growth. Even when you take great care with the digging and transplanting you should expect some transplant shock.

Wilting and an overall unhealthy look can follow the transplanting but in How to Transplant a Holly Bush By Denise Schoonhoven You can move evergreen types either in spring or in the autumn. Step 2 Dig a hole in the new planting location that is 2 feet deep and as wide as the existing holly's width. Place a 3-inch layer of compost in the bottom of the hole. Jul 30, Transplanting trees and shrubs might seem like an easy task, but the truth is many of them die if the work is done improperly.

Exposing roots to the air is a traumatic experience for a plant, and not all specimens survive the ordeal. But if your landscape design calls for moving a tree or shrub to a new location, you'll have a much better chance of success if you learn the proper techniques.



By Gable Rhoads.



Sep 21, Grab the main trunk of the viburnum bush and pull it from the ground. Carefully place the shrub on the tarp and drag it to its new location. Do not let the roots dry out; if you are unable to complete the transplanting, water and cover the root ball and move the bush to a shady location. Place an additional tarp next to the proposed transplant.

Dec 10, Gently dig up. Start by digging around the drip line or a bit wider of the plant.



Viburnum bushes flower most abundantly in full sun but can tolerate light shade.



This helps to get most of the roots up so you can have nice size divisions. This shovel is great for digging up and dividing plants! Sometimes I only dig up half a plant and leave the.



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