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Transplanting and trimming Montauk/Long Island Daisy

Transplanting and trimming Montauk/Long Island Daisy

Old 09-29-08, 07:07 AM
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Transplanting and trimming Montauk/Long Island Daisy

Hi all,
I would like to move some of my Montauk daisies as they have grown so big in two years that are over shadowing my Azaleas and other plants in the garden. So my questions are:
1) Can they be transplanted?
2) Can I trim them, when, how?

Thanks a lot,
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Old 09-30-08, 04:13 AM
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Make all changes to any plants while they are dormant, usually in the middle of winter (hopefully before the snows begin). Making changes such as pruning and transplanting while the plant is trying to thrive is like cutting your finger off. You won't die right away, but without proper care you could suffer irreparable damage.

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