Perhaps it is inappropriate to reblog an update, since it is now outdated. After three years, some of these trees are doing quite well, and a few more were added to replace some that were killed by weed whacking. Perhaps a real update is in order.
Reassigned deodar cedars have adapted to their new landscape.
Reassignment is in season right now. The brief article about it that posted yesterday links to three other related articles. We have done quite a bit of it here, and intend to do a bit more for useful plants that happen to be in the wrong situations. It should be done before winter ends, to take advantage of both natural dormancy and cool winter rain that settles transplanted roots.
Most plants that get reassigned get dug from situations where they can not stay, and transplanted directly to where they will likely become assets to their respective landscapes. Those that do not get transplanted directly into other landscapes get canned and housed temporarily in the nursery. Some need to recover. Some must wait for landscapes that can accommodate them.
Some reassigned plants are feral descendants of exotic (non-native) species, that grew from…
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