Moving my garden
I have some landscaping that I have been working on for a few years. I just recently bought a new house and this is going to sound weird, but I want to take my perennials with me. Because many of them are not well established, I have this fear that the new owners of this property will not understand the treatment of such plants or know what they are. Because I am moving from a rental home to buying my own home, I have no control in telling the next people of what I have planted. My garden consists of cannas, roses, hydrangeas, astilbe and variagated weigela that are in the ground. I also have many others (such as chinese wisteria, etc) that I never put in the ground because I felt I would be moving within the next 6 months. I am thinking that I should dig the holes for my plants before I move in and transplant them immediately. Any suggestions?