transplanted now and looking droopy

nancy0903July 5, 2009

I couldn't wait and transplanted a large miscanthus (variegated don't know the name) this week. I believe I got the entire root and more. It is in the same garden, receiving same light, water etc....It looks very unhappy. Is there anything that I can do to ease the pain and improve chances of success?

Thanks, Nancy

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jean001(z8aPortland, OR)

Temporary shade and sufficient water directly to the root zone.

Oh yes, a windbreak, too, if needed.

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