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May 3, 2020 11:21 AM CST
Sun City, AZ
I have a lantana plant in my backyard. Recently, another identical variety has sprouted up across my yard. It is in a location I don't want it to stay, but it's a hearty plant and I would like to move it. Is it possible that this new lantana is an off-shoot of the original? Could they be connected underground? They are about 15 feet apart, separated by artificial turf at the surface. Or is it just a new growth? Just wondering what to expect when I start digging. Thanks!
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May 3, 2020 11:30 AM CST
Name: stone
near Macon Georgia (USA) (Zone 8a)
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might be a seedling...
even if it was a shoot from the original plant... you could cut through the limb... and move the plant...

I've been moving lantana for the past few days... I have miss huff and they are huge... so... I only move a few pieces at a time...

try to move the plant in the evening after it cools down...
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