Question on moving plants
Hi all, I'm going to be moving this summer and taking all of my landscaping with me. I know I've tried to prep this stuff pretty well and honestly my schedule for the move isn't what I would prefer but it's what I'm dealt. My question is this. I've got quite a few fairly new additions to my garden that hasn't been in the ground but about a year. They are small enough I could easily container them in a large container and baby them over the summer. Would I be better off to container them now, give them lots of TLC and water over the summer and put them in late summer after the move? Or perhaps hold them till a fall planting? I also could overwinter in my Greenhouse as it will be moved and immediately reconstructed at the new house. Or just dig in June or July and replant as when I move? I'm asking this about some small Bananas I just planted last year, Tropicana, and small variety EE's. I also have one small Azalea, and hopefully my hosta will be back this summer. I do have some other large plants, shrubs that are too large to container for an extended length of time. So I will move those when I have access to water at the new place and can get those soakers running. Thoughts?