The Q&A Archives: transplanting perennials

Question: I have some summer perennials that I would like to transplant in another area, same amount of sun and shade. When is the best time of year to do this?

Answer: After your perennials stop blooming, and when the weather cools down, you can dig and transplant. Both spring and fall are good times to transplant perennials so if you don't get around to it this fall, you can move them in the spring.

Best wishes with your garden!

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