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Replanting Daphne (External Fragance)

Posted 2140 days ago

Hi Team,I miss Don Burke's garden show on channel 9. We are going to concrete our front part of our duplex home, replacing garden with driveway so that we can fit another car onto our property for parking is challenging where we live. I have 2 x Daphne hedges 4 years old they are 2.5 meter tall, can these be replanted to the another part of our property?
I have asked a few nurseries places and some have different opinions, just need to know if we can keep these and replant them for they give a beatiful flower with a gorgeous fragrance.
Any assistance and advice is helpful



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RE: Replanting Daphne (External Fragance)

Posted 2135 days ago

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