How do you transplant a snowball bush?


The snowball bush is a beautiful ornamental bush which an be transplanted. Make a deep hole in the desired location, loosening dirt from the plant's roots. Place the bush in the hole, filling up the excess room with original soil and water followed by a layer of wood chips or mulch to prevent weed growth.
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Spring is the best time to transplant the snowball bush. The shrub's buds form in the summer or fall, so to avoid removing next season's blooms, transplant the snowball bush immediately
Actually, there is a shrub called the Chinese snowball bush. It is not the hydrangea. Transplant the snowball bush in the fall.
I would add to the previous answer the following: It is best to do this while the plant is dormant. I would also recommend cutting back the plant by 1/3 to 1/2 after replanting to
Hi Karen, Thanx for your question. First, you need to know whether or not you have 45 days before your first frost date. Secondly, I would trim the bush back as much as you can
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When to Transplant a Snowball Bush
The Chinese snowball bush can grow large for a shrub, reaching 10 to 12 feet in both height and spread. This can surprise gardeners, who may choose to transplant the bush to a larger, more suitable site.... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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