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Earliest I can transplant John Clayton Honeysuckle?

Posted by phelansmom 4 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 2, 13 at 9:55

I would like to move my 3 year old John Clayton Honeysuckle to a different area of the garden but couldn't find any info on what month in zone 4 I could transplant it?

Also what should I use to support it? I had it leaning against a trellis but growth has been slow and it hasn't twined etc. It has only grown 2.5 feet...but it did start as a tiny transplant so all things considered that is probably normal.

I have an extra obelisk from Gardeners Supply and thought I could use it? http://www.gardeners.com/Spiral-Obelisks/38-700RS,default,pd.html?start=1&q=obelisk


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RE: Earliest I can transplant John Clayton Honeysuckle?

  • Posted by gjcore 5 South Aurora Co. (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 4, 13 at 18:07

Probably now is a good time to transplant it. I wouldn't wait until summer.

I'm not familiar with John Clayton Honeysuckle but if it's supposed to twine I've had luck using fishing line.


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RE: Earliest I can transplant John Clayton Honeysuckle?

Thanks gjcore for your reply. I moved it yesterday.


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