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Posted by Tena on August 30, 2003 at 09:01:27:

I live in Westcheter County, NY. Some friends are moving into a new house which has a some perennials which they don't want and they've offered them to me.

It is the end of August. Is this a safe time to transplant perennials? Are there any specific instructions which I should follow? There are also some asiatic lilies which have finished flowering. Do I cut them back to the ground and then dig them up and plant them now?

I'd be grateful for any advice anyone has

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