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Bluebell Question?

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by princessazlea on April 13, 2005 03:57 PM
I have Bluebells in the front of my garden. They have started to flower. I want to move them to the back garden, will it be ok, or should I leave them until they have died off and then move them?
Any advise please. [dunno]

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by obywan59 on April 13, 2005 04:43 PM
I've heard you can transplant perennials any time the shovel is sharp. Just be sure to water well before and after.

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by Barb Illinois Zone 5 on April 17, 2005 03:11 AM
HI! [wayey]
I've successfully moved Virginia Bluebells in every season except the middle of winter and they all came back. I would suggest, though, waiting until the blooms start to fade as you will surely lose the blooms if transplanted while blooming. Hope this was helpful!

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