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Roses are often considered a separate category of plant, but they are really deciduous.



Roots of trees and shrubs normally grow well beyond the soil volume that can be moved. To keep most of the roots within a small area, root prune in the spring or fall before transplanting. Plants to be moved in the fall (October or November) should be root pruned in March, and those to be moved in spring (March) should be root pruned in October.





Nov 06, Fall is a great time to transplant shrubs and trees in the landscape For most deciduous shrubs and trees, including our blueberry bushes – late fall is a great time for transplanting!

The crisp autumn air and a few hard freezes at night have allowed the plants to shut down their root systems and begin their dormant treecontractor.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Plants also do not lose moisture as quickly through their leaves in the fall. In climates where the ground does not freeze, you can transplant shrubs into December. Transplanting Shrubs. Autumn is a good time for transplanting evergreen shrubs and small trees as the weather is cooling down and the plants won’t get as stressed as they would in the heat of summer.

The soil is warm, encouraging the roots to grow, and there is still some moisture in the air. There can be many reasons why a shrub or small tree may need to be treecontractor.pwted Reading Time: 6 mins.

Mar 23, How to Transplant a Shrub in the Summer. The best time to transplant most plants is in fall or winter when they're dormant, or just as new growth is beginning to emerge in early spring. But if you must move a plant during the summer, here's how to take care while doing so.





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