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can i transplant new zealand flax

On plant Cordyline australis



Hmm - your question is confusing - you ask about New Zealand flax, which is Phormium, but the reference underneath says Cordyline australis, which is commonly known as Australian cabbage palm.
Phormium absolutely, move it now if you want, and take the opportunity to split it in half if its large as well. Cordyline - if you can get the roots out intact, yes, move it now.

19 Mar, 2010

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