Help! I have a Chameleon plants taking over one of My flower beds and spreading to the upper put of the flower beds and onto the yard. Does anyone else having this problem and how to get RID of them for ever!!
on Jun 11, 2012
Walter, thank you so much, it sounds like I should put it alone by itself somewhere, I have to
many other shrubs and plants that I do not want to ruin. Luckily I have an acre to work with, I have not started on my lower half, I think I will put it there. Terri
Douglas, I will pick them up they are just starting to die off along with my Rhodie. So you
said to cut the roots of my Rhodie when I move it? Do I put it in a big bucket of water for a day before transplanting? It's going to take me some time to dig it, it is really big, so I do not want to have to move it again. My mom said sometimes when you move Rhodies some of them will not bloom for a year or two, is that correct? Mine is hanging over my walkway, and growing towards the sun, so I need to move it back about 5 feet. I cannot move it any further though or I will not be able to drive to my back ;yard when needed. Any suggestions? It looks really good next to my Laburnum, because it blooms at the same time, so I would really like to keep them close together. Thanks again,