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Posted by TRACYL 19 Nov 2011 - 10:58:00 PM

I transplanted 8 lilly pillies about a month ago, they were approximately 1 mt high they were not doing well where they were. Generally how long would it take to see some new growth, I have cut back to main branches.

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Re: EDITOR 23 Nov 2011 - 3:03:00 PM

A lot of shock being transplanted and heavily pruned but hopefully the plants had enough stored to respond quickly. At this time of year you'd expect to see buds forming from the branches within a month or two if the plants were going to make it.

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