Tom
Tom
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Asked on Jun 29, 2013

When to move these plants around?

TomDouglas HuntLuis

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The picture is of a plant with lavender colored bell-shaped flowers. I once looked these plants up but have since forgotten their name. They come from smallish tulip-type bulbs. when is the best time to separate and relocate the bulbs?
when to move these plants around, flowers, gardening
3 answers
  • Luis
    on Jun 29, 2013

    The best time to move is when they go dormant or when they finish blooming

  • Douglas Hunt
    on Jun 30, 2013

    It looks like you have hyacinthoides. These would be traditionally planted in the fall, but it hard to remember where they are to move them then, so, it is probably just to do so when the foliage starts to decline.

  • Tom
    on Jun 30, 2013

    Thanks for the help. These flower in the early spring and the foliage has now been gone for a few weeks.

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