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I planted a griselinia hedge around 2 years ago, it is now about 90cm in height. I have now decided to extend the hedge. As the new griselinia will be a bit smaller I was wondering if I could relocate some of my existing plants so I have an alternating pattern of one larger, one smaller plant. This would give better instant screening and will provide a more consistent look overall. However I have read online you need to start root pruning a couple of months before the move. Is this only for larger plants? Could I move the size I’ve got successfully?

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Hi Elysia

Thanks for your question. You will be fine transplanting your Griselina in Autumn – if it is not already arrived at your house – wait for some rain and slightly cooler days and then move them to where you require.

Happy gardening

Maria, Palmers national garden consultant

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