When can you transplant Brunera?

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    mjsmjs
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    I unknowingly planted  Brunera  in direct sun and would like to move it. Can I and anything special I should know. Thx

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    greensoulgreensoul
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    You can transplant it this summer season and should be fine given that its new spot would only be partly sunny. The plant shouldn’t be too exhausted since it has less heat. Just make sure it gets watered often and that the soil is constantly moist.  🙂


    In gardening, there’s always something you can’t control.  This makes the experience so humbling. 🙂

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    garriegarrie
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    As clump division for brunnera is ideally done in fall, I’d suggest to wait until that time before transferring. The plant should already be in hibernation mode and wouldn’t need much effort adjusting.

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    markvanmarkvan
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    Brunnera is a perennial that grows up to 18 inches tall and 24 inches wide and is commonly seen in shade gardens. In the summer, the plant produces little blue flowers and is best propagated in the early spring.

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