Salvia greggii and Clem Daniel Deronda
It's two queries really:
1. My Clematis Daniel Deronda is not happy where he is - I think the problem is down to the soil needing lots more organic matter dug in. I plan to dig Daniel up, cut him hard back and put him in a large tomato pot with lots of good soil and compost and give him a bit of tlc and get him growing strongly while I improve the soil by his trellis before moving him back at a later date. When shall I dig him up?
2.. In front of Daniel is a very happy Salvia greggii - it's been there for two or three years and is the size of a wheelbarrow and blooms its socks off. In order to improve the soil for Daniel I really need to enlarge that bed and move the Salvia forwards into the new bit. What's the best time of year to do this?
So really, how would you plan the entire operation?