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It is not uncommon to want to redesign the garden from time to time. Of course this also includes that Implement perennials would like to create new beds. If perennials are to be given a new place, then there is a little something to consider so that they survive the move well. Here are 4 tips:
Tip 1: choose the right time
Perennials should not be transplanted before flowering or when the temperature is too warm. Damp, cool days in autumn or spring offer the best options.
Tip 2: Improve the floor
The bed in which the plants are relocated should be free of roots. Adding mulch or fertilizer cannot hurt.
Tip 3: share perennials
If you divide the perennials that have grown too big, you have two advantages: on the one hand, the plants grow faster, and on the other hand, you have more space in the bed.
Tip 4: plant correctly
Relocate perennials as quickly as possible, do not leave them without soil for too long. Make sure that roots or tubers are not damaged. Keep a sufficient distance from neighboring plants and water them thoroughly, preferably silting them up.
So the perennials survive the move without any problems.