Answer: Transplanting can normally be done when the weather is cool and rainfall abundant, both of which will help the root systems establish quickly. You didn't mention where you're gardening so you'll need to decide whether the optimal time is either spring or fall. If you do not need to prune either plant, you can transplant them now in the fall. If you need to prune, I'd suggest waiting until spring. This is because pruning encourages new growth and that new growth won't have time to harden off before winter weather arrives. Hope this sheds some light on the subject of transplanting.
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