West Sussex, United Kingdom
We are moving from an 80 foot East facing, tree-shaded garden to a 40 foot open south facing garden. How can I acclimatise my shade loving / tolerant plants, which are in pots, to their new environment. The plants I have are acer, camelias, solomons seal and helibores. I also have lily of the valley and snowdrops / mixed bulbs from our woodland garden in pots. I have 3 bamboos in very large pots which I know will be okay as they are already in the sunnier part of the garden. We are also moving further South towards the coast (a couple of miles inland, though) - in case that affects them.
Would hate to lose any of these as they have been with me for some time, the Acer and Camelia are 15 yrs old and the bamboos are about 5 yrs old. Nearly forgot to mention the ferns!
Asked from the GoYpedia storage ideas page
- 15 Feb, 2011
shade container plants