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Author Topic: When can i transplant a camilia  (Read 784 times)

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When can i transplant a camilia
« on: December 17, 2011, 10:48:40 PM »
This might be a question better suited for the gardening section, but here it is. The one that i wont to move is the smallest one but it has out grown its spot. Its about 9' tall and the trunk is about 4" thick 6" above the ground. They are evergreens and about to start blooming they bloom untill early spring. Im not worried about losing this years bloom, its just kind of big to move and i wont to be sure to hit it at the right time.

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