Cordyline question

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Posted 16th Apr
I am moving shortly and would love to take my Cordyline with me that I've grown in the garden, could I dig it up and put it in large pot without it dying on me. Shame if it died its so healthy looking. Thank you
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Yes. If you are able to get it out with a large root ball and a good amount of soil attached around it, it should be ok. Get a hole dug for it as soon as feasibly possible at your new home, back fill and add some 'goodness' to the soil, water and all should be well.

That said, how big is it?
I love cordylines, I have a group of 4 and the tallest 2 are around 15' high. A proper oasis. Sorry, don't know if you can move them, but i would certainIy try.
JimboParrot16/04/2020 14:48

Yes. If you are able to get it out with a large root ball and a good …Yes. If you are able to get it out with a large root ball and a good amount of soil attached around it, it should be ok. Get a hole dug for it as soon as feasibly possible at your new home, back fill and add some 'goodness' to the soil, water and all should be well.That said, how big is it?


Thank you... 4 foot
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