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Laurel, MD
(Zone 7a)

June 4, 2003
10:32 AM

Post #545460

We are selling our home and waiting for one to be built so I will be in an apartment. Question -- has any one suggestions on how to move the bulbs that are currently just finising - alliums and crown imperials?? Can I just dig them out and put into pots?? Will they make it -- is it worth the effort??
Westbrook, ME
(Zone 5a)

June 4, 2003
11:06 AM

Post #545475

Your alliums should make it okay. Not sure about the crown imperials. I moved some last year and they didn't come back. Maybe they'd be okay if you let them die down naturally first.
Laurel, MD
(Zone 7a)

June 5, 2003
8:56 AM

Post #546463

My husband thinks I am crazy to be so invested emotionally with the yard.LOL but I will miss so much here. I am going to try to pot up my tree peony and several other things and hope for the best.

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