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Transplanting a Florida Anise?

Albany, GA

Is it possible to transplant a Florida Anise. The only information I can find explains how to start from seed. I have a very elderly neighbor who wants me to remove many of her plants before she passes away. She says she wants to know they are in good hands. I don't know if it is possible to transplant one and I don't want to kill it.
Please advise

Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

Here is some info for you. Try to have your new location ready, have someone to help you move it, use a tarp to carry it so you don't disturb the root ball and try to ensure that the root ball is big enough to support the plant once moved. Remember to keep it watered...at least one inch per week for the first year.





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