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Posted by Nancy Whittemore on August 13, 2003 at 08:47:45:

I am planning to move into a new home this fall, and wonder what is the best way to move transplants of daylilies, echinacea, sedums, and other drought-tolerant-type perennials, as well as peonies. I'm hoping to have them out of the ground for only a few days, but we all know how that can go! Moving in October in Colorado.
I appreciate any input from others who have tried to carry their garden with them. Thanks!

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