Originally Posted by Ray_Lawns
The customer is a very good doctor around here and he loves his juniper especially Parsoni which is what the new ones will be. I told him in the initial conversation about this project that scrapping the blue rug would probably be the best way to go and we could just put in all new plants but he shot it down. His money is good so whatever he wants he will get. For the record I absolutely HATE juniper.
Did you also explain to him that the chances of successfully transplanting them is small? I assume you are doing this by hand? There are methods to increase your chances of getting it transplanted successfully, but it takes time and you may still end up with a high failure rate. But then, if he has money to burn then give it a shot, as long as he knows it will likely be a failure of epic proportions and he will just have to plant new ones anyhow.