Answer: Glad we've been helpful to you, and congratulations on your successful banana propagation! I'll bet your friends and family are delighted with their plants. I love sharing plants from my garden - I call them pass-alongs.
Now about your knockout roses. You can move a landscape tree or shrub anytime the ground is not frozen. We generally recommend moving plants in the fall or spring because temperatures are cool then, and rainfall usually abundant. Moist soil helps the roots establish themselves. As long as you keep your plant well watered after the move, you can move it now. Or, you can wait until spring. Avoid pruning it now, though. Pruning encourages new growth and if there's a frost, the new growth won't be hardy enough to withstand it. So, if you need to prune it back in order to move it, wait until spring. Then prune and move. If you can move it without pruning it back, go ahead and move it now.
Best wishes with your landscape, and continued success with your banana seeds!
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