TRANSPLANTING PERENNIALS

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TRANSPLANTING PERENNIALS

Always fill the planting hole with water
immediately after setting plants. Set plants as deeply
as possible without covering the crowns. Set low-growing
plants 6 to 12 inches apart and tall plants at least 2
to 3 feet apart to leave room for cultivation and feeding,
as well as for good development. Pack soil around the
plant roots firmly and cover with dry soil.


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