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Transplanting 3 y.o. Rose of Sharon

Posted by Realist1216 z6 MA (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 15, 05 at 23:53

I want to move a three year old Rose of Sharon to a location where it will receive more sun. A friend who is an arborist said to move in fall after finished blooming and leaves start to fall.

Is this the correct advice?? DO NOT WANT TO LOSE THIS SHRUB! Thanks for advice.

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RE: Transplanting 3 y.o. Rose of Sharon

That's what I'm planning on doing. Transplant after bloom.

RE: Transplanting 3 y.o. Rose of Sharon

That's probably very good advice because I just moved 3 of them last week and they're looking bad. They have drooping leaves that are now turning yellow. I'm thinking they're probably not going to make it.

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