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Re: Question

In a message dated 9/23/2003 7:55:37 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
romans8@comcast.net writes:

> When is the best time to dig &transplant Purple Cone flowers (Echinacea?)
> We're having fantastic weather for  the Fall kick off.  High 70's - low
> 80's. Lows, high 40's - low 50's. Can't get any better than that. My
> neighbors white birch just starting to shed.
> Tony Veca  <><


I transplanted one of mine two months ago in warmer weather with no ill 
effects.  These are pretty resilient perennials.  You should have no problem 
transplanting it now.

Long Island, NY
Zone 6/7

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