Grape Hyacinth

Transplanting Grape Hyacinths

Anonymous added on May 9, 2011 | Answered

I would like to transplant my grape hyacinths. When is the best time to do it, and what is the proper procedure to successfully move them where they can spread to their hearts content?

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Answered on May 9, 2011

While typically this is done in fall, you can also transplant grape hyacinth in spring but try to wait until they have bloomed and then transplant, lifting as much of the dirt around them as possible without leaving any holes in the lawn/garden (during fall, you need only lift the bulbs). Prepare the new location before lifting the bulbs and water well after moving.

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