Transplant privet cuttings

Thomas O\’Reilly asked 10 years ago

I planted approx.100 privet cuttings almost 2 years ago and they are now well established. I have prepared ground along perimeter wall of my daughters house to transplant the privet saplings hoping to form a hedge .I live some 50 miles from my daughter and want to transport the plants barerooted. Is it now too late in the year to transplant?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Being evergreens and just starting growth, there is just itme to plant proviet in April. The distance doesn’t matter as they can be kept in open-top plastic bags for the journey. Leave on some soil on the roots if possible.

Water immediately after planting and once a week until new growth is active, giving a good soak to each.

Or you could wait until October,

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