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Recently popular question and answer from our Q&A Archive: Transplanting an old lilac bush (now six feet tall)
"This beautiful lilac was here when I arrived 25 years ago, but in front of it was planted three Rhododendrons which pushed it back up against a fence, so that instead of a bush, it looks like a tall skinny tree with lilacs at the top. Can I transplant it? If so, do I cut it back first and what type expert would I seek to transplant it?" - Click to read the answer
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