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Had to move Muhly capillaris plants.....

Posted by carrie630 z7bNC (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 20, 07 at 15:32

I had to move three small muhly capillaris clumps that were in a bad area (stump removal man said they were in the way). I moved them to a spot that only gets sun from about 1:30 on - but since I am in the South, those hours of sun are intense.

Do you think they can survive the upheaval and the area where they were placed? They are still quite small. I am also wondering if they were to survive, would they flower or did I ruin the process? Thanks - (unfamiliar with grasses except for blue fescues ... and stil learning).

Carrie


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RE: Had to move Muhly capillaris plants.....

  • Posted by donn_ 7a, GSB, LI, NY (My Page) on
    Thu, Sep 20, 07 at 18:10

That's probably enough sun. They're rated for full sun to part shade, so if they survive the late transplant, they'll probably do fine.

I answered your transplant question on the WS Forum. You're in a warm enough zone they probably have enough time to get reestablished before dormancy sets in.

Given the choice between transplant and the stump grinder, I would have made the same decision. ;>)


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RE: Had to move Muhly capillaris plants.....

Donn - you are so encouraging (and so informative, too!).

Thanks again - Carrie


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