Transplanting a Euonymus Shrub

How do you transplant euonymus?

Hardiness Zone: 8b

By JORGEMFP from Providence, RI



May 14, 20090 found this helpful

We have three that we have moved several times, I'm sorry to say. They have endured well, although I wouldn't recommend repeated transplanting. Wait until it's a cloudy day. Water the shrub well and dig the new site, adding in compost and water. Make the hole twice as big as the shrub. After moving it, water well for the first few weeks -- but don't overwater. Twice a week is fine...slow, deep watering instead of shallow.

Here's a link for more on planting, which covers the same ground. ... should-i-plant-a-tree-or-shrub.shtml

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