Camellia Plants

Transplanting Camellias

Anonymous added on August 31, 2015 | Answered

I have to transplant about 12 8-year-old camellia flowering plants to large pots. They are about five/six feet tall. What is the best way of doing it without damaging the plants?

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Answered on September 2, 2015

These articles will help you with transplanting itself:

When I have to repot a plant that large, I find it easiest to do by laying them down. This makes it easier to handle them and they are less likely to be damaged by falling over. A long knife should be run around the inside of the pot to loosen the roots from the pot.

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