How to Transplant a Wax Myrtle


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Wax myrtle, or Myrica cerifera, is commonly called southern wax myrtle, candleberry and southern bayberry. This evergreen, multi-trunked shrub is native to the southeastern U.S. and grows best in U.S. Department of Agricultural hardiness zones 7 through 10. This shrub produces fragrant flowers and berries and grows well in a variety of conditions. Wax myrtles are often planted as a screen or hedge since they can grow more than 20 feet tall. Transplant a wax myrtle shrub in the spring or fall.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
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