Prepare the transplanting site by removing any weeds and debris in the area. Loosen the soil using a fork or trowel to a depth of at least 12 inches to promote root growth.
Step2 Digging the Hole
Use a shovel or spade to dig a hole as deep and twice as wide as the arrowhead plant root ball.
Step3 Preparing the Plant
Gently remove any dead or damaged leaves and roots from the arrowhead plant plant. Prepare the plant by gently spreading the roots out and removing any tangled or circling roots.
Step4 Placing the Plant
Place the arrowhead plant plant in the center of the hole, making sure the top of the root ball is level with the surrounding soil. Adjust the hole depth if necessary.
Step5 Filling the Hole
Backfill the hole with soil and firm it gently with your hands to remove air pockets. Water the plant thoroughly to settle the soil around the roots.
Add a 2-3 inch layer of organic mulch around the plant to conserve moisture, maintain soil temperature, and prevent weed growth. Avoid piling the mulch against the stem to prevent rotting.
Step7 Staking (if needed)
If the arrowhead plant plant requires support, insert stakes into the ground and secure the plant using garden twine. Ensure the stakes are not damaging the roots and the twine is not too tight around the stem.