Transplanting Sasanqua

Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by cstafford, Oct 13, 2003.

  1. cstafford

    cstafford LawnSite Member
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    Did a search on Sasanquas and only found two results. Didn't help.

    Can mature Sasanquas be transplanted successfully and if so, is now the time to do it? If not, when?

    Thanks for your time and input.
     
  2. mdvaden

    mdvaden LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Sure.

    Cool season is a great time. Just did one of my own.
     
  3. ElephantNest

    ElephantNest LawnSite Bronze Member
    from La.
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    Just did a few myself. I replanted, then trimmed them down a bit. I used no fertilizer. Will hit with fert at first sign of Spring.

    :waving: to New Orleans!
     
  4. Team Gopher

    Team Gopher LawnSite Platinum Member
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    Hi Cstafford,

    Here is a quote from this site.

    "Later in November and on through February is the ideal time to dig and transplant trees and shrubs during their dormant, non-growth period. "
     
  5. cstafford

    cstafford LawnSite Member
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    Many thanks for the advice.

    Just one further question. The susanqua's have small buds on them. Is it safe to still proceed?
     
  6. ElephantNest

    ElephantNest LawnSite Bronze Member
    from La.
    Posts: 1,878

    Yup. Mine bloomed 2 days after planting.
     

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