Planting - Knowledgebase Question

Randallstown, Ma
Question by shellb9
July 1, 2010
what are the best plants for summer which grows back every year

I have a plant in which I want to reroute. How do i reroute the plant from where it is, kill the root so it cannot grow back and replant it in anoher location. How often should I wanter my existing plants in the summer


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Answer from NGA
July 1, 2010

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You can dig and transplant your plant. If you dig up all the roots when you move the plant, it won't grow back in the old spot. Water your perennials twice a week during the hot weather. Allow the water to run long enough to soak the soil down to the roots. You can plant coneflowers and daylilies in a sunny garden spot and they will come back every year.

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