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Johnny Jump Up Pansy/Viola

Kitchener, Canada

We have many of these lovely, easy to grow, hardy Johnny Jump Ups growing in our lawn! Not in the flower garden where we want them!. How best to move/transplant them to the garden where we want them to grow? Otherwise they get mowed with the lawn mower. Can they be transplanted from a lawn into the garden? Best techniques and timing of year? We often don't know that they are in the lawn, not until they bloom.

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Lake Stevens, WA(Zone 8a)

I would do it next month, they still will be blooming so you can find them, it will have cooled off a bit so they will be able to establish in their new home. You can do it now, but you will need to water often or they will dry up.

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