Japanese Hydrangeas

Is it safe to transplant in the fall?

Zone Ny-?8 | Gee added on October 9, 2013 | Answered

I'd like to transplant the following bushes from my front side yard to my backyard. Holly bush, Japanese hydrangea, maybe burning bush. They were all planted 4 years ago. They are over growing in to each other. Thank you for any advice.

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Answered on October 9, 2013

Gee, this is the perfect time to transplant. Weather is still decent, and the plants are going dormant. Just make sure you get a large rootball and water heavily!

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