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Transplanting

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Lily starts with ...
We are about to move to a new 5 acre property and were wondering about how we should transplant some of our favourite plants. We purchased a box-full of Daley's plants and have been surprised by their growth, however now we are set to move we would greatly like to transplant our pak lan(2m), mango(1m), fig(1m), coffee plant(1m), Blood orange (1m) and a large lemon tree(5m) and some other favourites we have had for a while like two lovely lilacs(1m) and some camellias and azaleas of different sizes. If you could provide any information it would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Lily.
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Lily Blagus
wilton/padstow
21st June 2007 2:04pm
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Jennie Bond says...
I've done a similar thing with fig, lemon, lime, lavender, guava, loganberry and mulberry. I carefully replant and water with a weak (1 capful to 9 litres) of Seasol once weekly until they start to grow again.
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21st June 2007 3:45pm
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