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Anyway, last season after reading and watching the videos, I went about pruning.

Jun 01, How to Transplant a Lilac. If you are wondering how to transplant a lilac, your first big step is to select a sunny location for the chipper and stump grinder rental, 77375 Tomball TX site. Then prepare the soil well. You can maximize success with moving lilac shrubs – either the smaller sprouts or the large mature shrub – by rototilling the soil and mixing in aged compost.

Prepare a large area for the plant before you begin digging out the lilac. May 02, 1. Decide where you want to transplant the lilac bush or bushes. 2. Dig a hole that's about one foot deep by one foot across for each bush you want to transplant. 3. Dig up a lilac shoot from somewhere around the main bush. Lilacs spread by runners. Plant the Suckers. Dig a hole 6 to 8 inches deep and wide for each sucker. Set each sucker in its hole, spreading its roots gently at the hole's bottom.

Plant nursery plant lilacs so that their centers are at least 2 to 3 feet apart and so the plants are 6 to 8 feet apart in a hedge. Sep 21, Prepare the new planting location before you dig up the lilac bush. Add one part compost to the soil you removed from the hole and mix the compost in well.

Dig up the lilac bush. Position the shovel approximately 1 foot outside of the outer perimeter of the shrub, and dig a circular perimeter around the entire shrub. When digging, place the topsoil (the top 6-inch layer) in one pile and the subsoil in the plant in the center of the hole (leave the burlap on the rootball if present). Cut any twine or wire supports, peel the burlap off the top and sides of the rootball and lay it in the bottom of the hole.

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Common Lilac Syringa vulgaris Posted by zuzu I'm not sure you'd be successful digging and transplanting a lilac that has been growing in the same spot for over 25 years.

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Pull the burlap up around the ball and tie diagonal corners together at the top.

Learn more about soil amendments and preparing soil for planting. For strong bloom, lilacs require full sun- at least 6 hours- or they will not flower well. Make sure the site drains well. Lilacs don’t like wet feet and will not bloom with too much water. Plant in either spring or fall, although the latter is preferred.

Planting calendars for places in Virginia. Find the best dates for planting and transplanting vegetables and fruit! Our free planting guide calculates the best dates for sowing seeds indoors and outdoors, and for transplanting seedlings to the garden- all customized to your location.

Based on frost dates and planting.