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If you are going to transplant it immediately, carry it to the hole you have.

May 02, 1.

Decide where you want to transplant the lilac bush or bushes. 2. Dig a hole that's about one foot deep by one foot across for each bush you want to transplant.

Lilacs are fairly hardy shrubs and can survive most pest and disease problems.

3. Dig up a lilac shoot from somewhere around the main bush. Lilacs spread by runners. Mulch the lilac sucker's soil surface with 2 to 3 inches of shredded pine or other organic mulch, keeping the mulch away from the suckers to protect them from stem rot rot.

It creates whitish powdery patches on the foliage.

Water the soil to make it moist to a depth of 1 to 1 1/2 inches immediately after planting. Keep the soil moist for at least two weeks, until the suckers show new growth.