Certified GKH Gardening Expert
The best time to transplant is spring and fall, but if temperatures have not reached the 90s yet, you can transplant but with extra care. Transplant during the coolest time of day, probably early morning. When you dig them up, get as much root as possible and don't let the roots dry out before you get them in the new location. Have the new location ready before you dig them up. You will need to water them more to make sure they don't dry out till they are reestablished. Maybe once a day. That is where people get into trouble. It is easy to forget to water often.
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