moving glads

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Posted by michelle on October 07, 2002 at 18:55:25:

Hey there,

I have some glads in my garden that did great this year. I inherited them from a community garden plot that I cleared after it going fallow for a year or two. Not knowing what they were when I found the corms in the ground, I just plunked them back in the dirt to see what they would do. They came up beautifully, but now I want to move them to a more appropriate long-term spot in the garden. I'm in zone 8, and I understand that glads will overwinter in our warmer climate. Question is, can I move them at this time of the year (the foliage is still green on them and standing tall). Do I just dig them up and move them, or wait for spring, for the foliage to die down, and then just move them?


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