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By Marion1

Avon, United Kingdom Gb

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I transplanted my Magnolia Grandiflora last Saturday, I know it was not the right time of year to do it but it had to be moved, it was in a massive pot and although I only purchased it last year it grew 3 times its size in a year and was becoming huge, so with great trepidation as I know they hate to be moved I plucked up the courage, we have planted it now in the ground in a massive hole back filled with compost, I am pleased to say that so far, so good, it is not showing any signs of distress so I hope I have not spoken too soon, wish me luck!!!!!



Everything crossed for you Marion x

10 Jun, 2012


All this rain should help - all the best with it!

10 Jun, 2012


It would also benefit from a mulch of leaf mould once it's in and soaked Marion.
I'll be planting mine out later this year, (stellata, not grandiflora), so fingers crossed here too.

11 Jun, 2012

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