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You will find that most shrubs & Plants are sold in pots and can be planted in the ground at anytime of the year, apart from when the ground is frozen or waterlogged.  
Lets presume you have purchased a shrub or plant, so now you need to decide were it should go. When you buy make sure it has an information tag, this tells you the name what conditions it prefers to grow in, this gives you an idea of were it would be best planted in your garden.
  • You need to prepare the ground by digging the area over and removing all weeds.
  • Dig a hole about twice as wide as the container. Add some well rotted manure or compost to the hole and mix in with some soil.
  • Next remove the plant from its pot. If you find that the roots are tightly compact around the root-ball, then just slightly tease some roots free, but be careful , this will encourage rapid rooting.
  • Place the plant in the hole. Now fill in the sides of the hole. Once you have done that firm down the soil, but gently. By doing that you get rid of any air pockets that my be trapped surrounding the plants roots. You may need to add more soil.
  • Now you need to water the plant/Shrub, but first create a saucer shaped trench around the plant. This will prevent the water running away and guarantees that the roots will get a good soaking.
  • Once that's out of the way add a bit of mulch around the surface. If you plant in summer , rake fertilizer around the plant instead of mulch.
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