Celandine Plants

Stylophorum Dyphillum/Celandine

Anonymous added on August 4, 2016 | Answered

I have plenty of Celandine plants in my garden. They bloom from May to September 😊. However, because we have had to take down several trees, they are getting too much sun now and getting brown. Nonetheless, they keep growing new fresh stems/leaves under the "sunburnt" ones. 1) when is a good time to move them in shadier location? 2) most importantly: can I trim off the sunburnt parts or is this going to exhaust the plant or otherwise compromise next year's blooms? Answers and advice most appreciated:)

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Answered on August 5, 2016

Yes, you can trim away any dead material. You can move them really any time, but I would wait till a cooler period in the weather. Then make sure they receive water after transplanting.


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