Cindi Coffen
Sun, 04 Apr 2004 15:43:53 PDT
hi all,

i have some lovely hyacinthus orientalis in my garden that have bloomed
beautifully for some years.  now i would like to relocate them as the
flowers die back.  what i would like to know is whether it is safe to
relocate them before the leaves have died back?  i find that it is easier
to see where they are that way <g>.

any thoughts on these and on the transplanting of narcissus and iris
(tall bearded) early would be really appreciated.  i am in the process of
overhauling my front garden and would like to showcase the bulbs and
rhizomes :).

thank you,
cindi -  eastside seattle, zone 8, clay soil

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