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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1. Prune sedum after the plant is finished blooming in late summer. Use pruners to cut the plant down to the ground, leaving only new growth that is emerging from the soil. 2. Trim
Spring and fall are the best but they both can be transplanted successfully at any time. Just keep them moist, in shade,and get them back in soil as soon as possible. Gardiners are
Watch the sedum plants for indications that the plant needs dividing. If the center of the plant falls over and will not support the blossoms, it is time to divide and transplant
Many diverse plants make up the group of hardy, fast-growing flowers that gardeners refer to as sedums or stonecrops. They all have succulent leaves, though they may grow as creeping
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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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