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Joined: 2013-04-27

My grandfather would cut small trees, under 6 inches, during a certain phase of the moon. In a few months he could kick the stump out of the ground. Does any one know in which phase this should be done/

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We do not have best days for

We do not have best days for burning stumps but you could use the dates for destroying pests and weeds in our astrological timetable. See the Best Days tab on our web site.
Note that there is no easy way to remove large stumps. You may need some heavy equipment, ie. a bulldozer to pull out the stump, roots and all. If it is on the small side, you might be able to dig down and around (using a shovel) and get it out that way.

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Joined: 2013-05-17
wisteria

My wisteria finally bloomed after 10 years last year and would like to move it to a better location and stronger pergula. Will transplanting it make it not bloom again for another ten years?


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