Just like with many trees, fall is the best time to transplant Rose of Sharon. Be mindful that once a Rose of Sharon is moved, it's slow to get going again. Your bush may not leaf out as quickly as what you're used to, after it's transplanted. Here are some articles that also provide good tips for ongoing care:
Answered on April 25, 2017
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