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I have in my garden cypresses that are about 2.50 m high. Is it possible to dig them up and replant them on the front of my entrance? In advance, thank you for your answer.

Given the size of your tree, the ideal is to keep the root ball around the root as much as possible by digging a trench at about thirty centimeters from the foot. If this is not possible, tear them off as much as possible, dress them (cut off their extremities), soak them in a porridge made of clay and hormones of recovery or cuttings), and put them back in place (outside the freezing period) by giving them powerful stakes (big stakes). It may also be necessary to maintain them with guy wires. Do this from November to March). Water abundantly (if it will not freeze, of course).

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