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When can I safely transplant a 10-foot cordyline from a pot it is outgrowing?

katya

By Katya

Kent, United Kingdom Gb

I've had the cordyline for about 8 years, in a half-barrell in our yard. The roots are showing at the bottom and the barrell is beginning to rot/break up so it has to be planted in the ground. Is it OK to do that now? after all, if I bought one in a pot from a garden centre I could presumably plant it directly in the soil.


On plant Cordyline australis


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You should br e ok to transplant it now. Give it a good drink before and after you move it.

23 Apr, 2009

 

i agree but given the opertunity in the future move shrubs,trees while there dorment is best

23 Apr, 2009

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