Transplanting Ageratum

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When and where do I transplant Ageratum?

Transplanting Ageratum

You should transplant ageratum after your area's last frost date. These plants do better when the soil has warmed up. Space the dwarf varieties six to nine inches apart. Taller varieties should be placed about a foot apart. A sunny location is best, but in very hot areas you should plant your ageratums in light shade.



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