Transplanting a Rose of Sharon

Determining the best location, time of year, and care to successfully transplant your tree is essential. This guide is about transplanting a rose of sharon.
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August 29, 2007 Flag

We always had bad luck replanting others free give-a-ways to us. My daughter gave us this Rose of Sharon tree and we talked and watered daily and guess what? Success and a beautiful plant from her yard to mine. Now, when I go and see my little flower garden, I see the tree of love and success again? Don't give up...
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By Chris from Buffalo, NY

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August 29, 20070 found this helpful

heavenly color, obviously it's happy with you!

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August 29, 20070 found this helpful

We had 2 beautiful shrubs that were removed for foundation repair and then planted too close to the wall. Make sure yours has breathing room!

So far, it looks lovely and happy!

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September 3, 20070 found this helpful

I moved to Florida, I really miss the beautiful rose of sharon bushes that we had when we lived in Kentucky. Enjoy!

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September 20, 20070 found this helpful

It is awesome! The color is beautiful!

Your care really shows! Let Login talk to it too!

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When is the best time to dig up and replant a Rose of Sharon tree? Thank you.

Hardiness Zone: 5a

By Bbgone from Chicago, IL

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August 11, 20090 found this helpful

You can transplant them in early spring or fall.

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August 12, 20090 found this helpful

I have tons of rose of Sharon bushes and you can replant them at any time,spring or summer. One word of advise, they do re seed themselves everywhere. It has become a major task to pull up the baby ones before they take root, and they do root quickly. I have planted pinks, purples and whites all together and when they bloom they are beautiful. I have started to cut the tops off so they do more of a bushing out than a tree. I have an entire border that's about six feet tall as a "fence" in my backyard. Good luck with them.

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