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How to Transplant a Japanese Magnolia.?

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1. Insert a shovel into the ground 1 to 2 feet away from the base of the Japanese magnolia and lean back on it to loosen the soil. Continue digging in this manner until you loosen the soil all the way around the perimeter of the tree. 2. Grasp the
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