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I have work commencing tomorrow on next part of my garden and today I discovered this .

very new to gardening and would be delighted if any of you knowledgable people could tell me if this should be saved Thks

Last edited: 29 March 2017 20:50:51

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  • LadyDiLadyDi Posts: 22

    I love Peonys ?I will definetly try and save it 

    Hopefully just keep it where it is as I think they don't like being moved ?

    Thk you Chloe

    Last edited: 29 March 2017 20:59:59

  • pansyfacepansyface PEAK DISTRICT DerbyshirePosts: 17,999

    OOH YES, PEONY.

    VERY, VERY BIG ROOTS LIKE CLUMPS OF PARSNIPS. DIG IT OUT LEAVING PLENTY OF SOIL AROUND THEM AND PUT IT SOMEWHERE PERMANENT.

    THEY CAN BE MOVED THEY JUST AREN'T KEEN ON CONSTANT DISRUPTION.

    Apophthegm -  a big word for a small thought.
  • LadyDiLadyDi Posts: 22

    Brilliant advise pansyface

    Thank you i will find a good sunny spot in my new garden design for it 

  • Make sure you replant it close to the surface, otherwise it will not flower.

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