Transplanting Now...

lovelycherry(Z7 Long Island)May 7, 2007

Hi

I had no choice but to dig up the peony today.

I took two that my friend offered. Tiny little things I put them in a sunny well drained location in the front of my house.

Keeping my fingers crossed they will be alright.

Any suggestions to help them survive the untimely transplant is appreciated.

Cherry..

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judyefd(6ma/4vt)

I'd suggest providing them with some shade so they don't fry in the heat of the day....something like placing an outdoor chair over them or constructing a small canopy.

Also, water them regularly...though I couldn't tell you what's too much or too little.

Good luck and enjoy!

    Bookmark   May 9, 2007 at 1:16PM
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