Transplanting Cantebury Bells

Discussion in 'Gardening' started by Fluffballs, May 25, 2012.

  1. Fluffballs

    Fluffballs Songster

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    We're moving soon, and I was wondering if I could transplant my cantebury bells. They're starting to bud, and I was wondering if transplanting them might mess up their flowering or something. Do you know?
     
  2. Tivona

    Tivona Songster

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    Do you mean Canterbury Bells? If so I am not sure on transplanting but it should work. Just be sure to move enough of the soil with them and don't let them dry out to much or flood them. Canterbury Bells can be started from seed so if they don't survive you could always get a new batch started next year. I used to have some in my yard years ago and they were beautiful.
     
  3. Fluffballs

    Fluffballs Songster

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    Uh, yes. I did mean canterbury bells. Sorry. [​IMG] OK. Thank you for your help! [​IMG]
     

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