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Jun 22, It is very similar to the act of transplanting most other bushes or shrubs. Transplanting lilac bushes should always be done in the autumn months. Transplanting lilac bushes in warmer, windier weather will increase the likelihood of the root system drying out.



If you are going to transplant it immediately, carry it to the hole you have dug and set it in the hole.



The first step is to dig around the plant and fairly treecutter.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. People Also Asked, Can i transplant lilacs in the fall? In general, you can transplant lilacs in the fall or the early spring.

If you transplant now be sure to get as large a root ball as possible and keep the root system moist up until the ground freezes.



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Also know, can you grow a lilac bush from a cutting? Take cuttings of lilac bushes from tender new growth in late spring or early summer. Aug 19, Use an old tarp or sheet or plastic to move your plant to help keep from breaking up the root ball.

Work the soil in the new hole and place the lilac at the same level it is currently growing. Replace half the soil, water in thoroughly, and add the remaining soil and water again to settle the soil. May 02, I have transplanted many lilac bushes from the original bushes that my grandmother planted on our Wisconsin dairy farm 70 years ago.

Early spring until late spring, from when the lilacs develop buds until they actually have small leaves, is the best time to transplant. Place the purple lilac bush in the hole and hold it straight. Make sure the depth is enough that the root ball is not exposed above the ground. Push soil over and around the root ball to bury it.





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