The Q&A Archives: Transplanting Japanese Fire Bush

Question: I have a Japanese Fire Bush (not sure of proper name - new growth starts as red leaves which turn green) and it is about 3 feet tall - when can I transplant it? Chris Oglebay Germantown, MD

Answer: The best time to transplant is either in the fall or early spring before leaves appear.

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