Moving Convallaria majalis/Lily of the valley

Bridget Wosczyna via pbs
Sun, 26 Apr 2020 19:25:42 PDT
Hi Jane, I live in eastern PA and regularly move convallaria in bloom. Provided you water them after transplant and give them a few more waterings in the next weeks, they don’t miss a beat. They are rather unwieldy to replant if they aren’t moved in a clump.  
The only time I have lost convallaria when moving them is when I’ve left them too long (unplanted) without water. 
in soggy Morgantown where all the lily of the valley are just coming in to bloom and the arisaema are being planted for summer. 

> On Apr 26, 2020, at 9:22 PM, Jim McKenney via pbs <> wrote:
>  Jane wrote: " those who promote perennials may not be aware of the difference.'I think there is another difference to be seen in what is making the rounds as Gaultheria procumbens, The plants for sale are much larger than anything I have ever seen in the wild.
> JimMcKenney 
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