Answer: You are right; in my experience they are not particularly difficult to move, especially at such a small size.
Spring is probably the best time, but I have also done it during the summer and very early fall. Water them well before you dig them up. Don't worry if the soil falls off the roots. Set them upright with the roots in some loose soil or compost in a plant pot or plastic bag so they don't dry out; keep the bag in the shade so they don't cook. Replant as soon as possible at the same depth as they grew before. Water them well, mulch, and keep an eye on the water for the rest of the season. Good luck with your new plants!
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