Fountain Grass

Transplanting Fountain Grass

Anonymous added on November 7, 2010 | Answered

I live in south central Kansas. I have two large clumps of fountain grass that I would like to split up and move elsewhere. Is this the best time to do that, or should I wait until spring?

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Answered on November 7, 2010

The best time to transplant fountain grass is in the spring. The roots of fountain grass pretty much stop growing in late summer and they would not be able to grow enough new roots in the fall to establish themselves before winter came.

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