August is the best time for plant transplants.
Perennials are best replanted in August! Now consider in more detail. Will go first Lilies. First you need to trim the stems that are near the surface of the soil. Then they dig up the bulbs, shaking off the ground from them, carefully removing the damaged scales. The roots need to be cut by 5-10 cm. Pure bulbs should be etched for no more than 40 minutes (ideally 35) in a potassium permanganate solution. Plant without drying.
Roses. To begin with, reduce watering. For ripening shoots, it is better to use ash (phosphorus is also possible). It is not necessary to cut off faded flowers, otherwise the shoots will grow back. After a week, it is highly recommended not to loosen the soil in order to avoid the growth of shoots.
Gladiolus. First of all, you are required to remove diseased plants (you can detect them by the crimson tips of the leaves). To get the bulb, cut the flowers so that more than 5 leaves are left at the base of the plant.
Peonies. Stems are pruned at a height of 7-10 cm. Particular care should be taken not to damage the roots and buds at the base of the stems. Next, you need to divide the bush into 4 buds and 4 roots, and the old ones must be removed. Dig a hole and pour a mixture of manure, and also add wood ash to reduce the acidity of the soil. Now plant and water abundantly.