Moving an established Passion Flower

danitApril 2, 2013

I planted a passion flower vine last august and loved it! I decided over winter to make the area right by it a veggie garden and pulled up the vine because it was going to block the sun. Now that it's spring I noticed that the vine is still alive and it's coming back! I would like to save it because it is such a beautiful plant, but I need to move it to a part of the garden where it won't block the sun for the veggies. Any tips on how to move it? Root cutting propagation, perhaps?

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You can just take a spade and dig DEEP to get the roots and move it - do it now, before it starts growing well.

    Bookmark   April 2, 2013 at 5:02PM
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