georgias_peachSeptember 7, 2009

I have a couple of volunteer trees which have crowded my peonies out. I need to transplant the peonies to a more appropriate area. The warm days and cool nights of late have me anxious to do it now since the leaves are turning brown. The last time I tried transplanting in the winter I planted them too low and they did not come back, so I donÂt want to do that again. Is it okay to transplant them now, or is there a better time during the year? Better yet is there anyone that can tell me how to do this?

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If the leaves are brown now, no harm will be done by moving them now. I would prepare the new site by digging in compose to two feet deep mixing well with native soil. Al

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