How to transplant part of a Pyracantha?

gunterSeptember 21, 2009

I have a large mature Pyracantha shrub. I'd like to transplant some of it into other parts of my yard.

How do I best do that and what time of year here in Colorado?

thank you

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calistoga_al

Pyracantha start easily from cuttings and grow fast. I would wait for late winter to early summer to start my cuttings in your zone. Al

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