Answer: While it is best to transplant roses while they are dormant, most roses won't go into dormancy in your warm winter climate. So, you really don't have much of a choice as to when the best time is for moving them. Obviously, moving them while they're actively growing will certainly shock them. However, they should recover. Just water them deeply once each week and wait for new growth. Once you're sure they have settled in you can prune away any stems that refuse to leaf out. It may take the entire season for them to recover, but I'm sure they will.
Best wishes with your garden!
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