I have a number of columbine plants that have sprung up in inconvient places. When is the best time to move them?
I moved a few clumps about 2 weeks ago; they haven't shown any stress at all. Take as big a root ball that you can; that's probably what helped me.
I try to move only the little seedlings that pop up in spring.
Now. They will transplant better when young and taproot is small-and yes do take a good clump of soil when you do.
I have grown some columbine from seed, indoors. Now that I have transplanted the seedlings to 4 inch pots, all the seedling leaves (about 3 per plant) have turned from green to dark purple. Otherwise, they look fine. Does anyone know what causes this, and if I should be worried about it?
I recently transplanted full size columbine plants without problems.
Jubilee363, if your plants are in a cool area, the purple discoloration may be due to phosphorous deficiency. It should straighten out as it warms up.
i have a japanese hoya house plant it's 48 years old.
it's never been trans planted .
How do i do it ?