Transplanting and propagating ligularia odentata

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Transplanting and propagating ligularia odentata

Post by wjzahorchak » Fri Sep 13, 2013 12:09 pm

I live in Roanoke, VA. How and when do I transplant ligularia? Also these seem to regularly spread from there seeds. How and when do I take the seeds and plant them in a chosen location? What are the best locations and soil and sunlight requirements? I bought these plants at the Viette nursery some years ago and they have done very well.

Thank you, Walter Zahorchak

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Re: Transplanting and propagating ligularia odentata

Post by lorijones » Fri Sep 13, 2013 6:20 pm

Now is a good time to transplant your Ligularia. Since the soil will remain warm for quite a while, there will be plenty of time for the roots to establish in their new location. They prefer moist to wet soils and filtered sunlight. They are great to plant in boggy areas and along ponds or streams. You can harvest the seed from the dry flowers and plant them in the fall or spring. Keep in mind that only the seeds from the species will germinate. The cultivars like 'Othello' and 'The Rocket' have sterile seeds that will not grow. If you have seedlings growing near the mother plant, they can be transplanted when they have grown to about 8" to 10" tall. The best time to divide Ligularia is in the early spring but they can also be divided in the late summer.

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