How to Prune & Transplant Sedums?


Transplanting sedum in spring. Divide the plant by digging it up being careful with the roots. Use a sharp knife to cut the roots to divide them. Dig a hole for the plant, place roots in the dirt, cover with soil. Yo prune sedum when it is done blooming for the season. Prune down to the ground.
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How to Transplant Sedum
Gardeners seeking a versatile and easy bedding plant often choose sedum for their flowerbeds and borders. Sedum is a succulent plant and thrives readily in most sunny locations in a landscape. Sedum is also an easy plant to transplant from place to place... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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