TRANSPLANTING - Knowledgebase Question

WARWICK, RI
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Question by franciscl18
May 31, 2007
I HAVE DUG UP AN OLD ROSE OF SHARON & WANT TO PLANT A YOUNG ONE IN IT'S PLACE. CAN THIS BE DONE NOW ( 6-1-07) BEFORE IT FLOWERS? SHOULD I WAIT TILL FALL AFTER IT'S FINISHED FLOWERING?


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Answer from NGA
May 31, 2007
You can plant now and you can transplant the old rose of sharon. Just keep them well watered and expect a little transplant shock (wilting, dropping leaves, failure to flower) until the roots become established in their new homes.

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