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I wondered about the legal intricacies of moving plants if and when I decide to sell/buy. Thanks for a great article that answered a lot of questions.
I enjoy your work very much and always learn something new. Thank you.
I've dug up and moved my daylily collection, 4 times, due to their sentimental value. I agree about the shock of seeing our 1st home (newly built in a tract development) , for the 1st time 20 years after we had moved 300 miles away. The little trees and neatly pruned scrubs were now fully mature. If I hadn't remembered the house number, I wouldn't have recognized the house: The front yard was now in full shade. The character of the whole neighborhood was so different. It looked "mature", and our house looked so small in comparison to what i had remembered. I drove by, but really didn't want to knock on the door. The young couple that had bought the house from us were still living there, but now their children were adults. After that experience, I decided that I would never go back and see our subsequent two homes.