Rose Of Sharon Plants

Transplanting Rose of Sharon added on August 2, 2016 | Answered

Our city doesn't allow a privacy fence at our location so planting several Rose of Sharon would provide natural privacy. A friend has dozens of them and offered us as many as we wanted. However, he is moving soon so we need to transplant now. Worst time for it, I know. Any chance I can do so without killing them off?

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Answered on August 3, 2016

Transplanting a Rose Of Sharon needs to be done during dormancy, which is usually November through March.

You can however take cuttings from the plants and grow your own new plants.
Here is an article that will help you.

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