We can help you decide what kind of Hibiscus if you will share with us where the Hibiscus is located.
All your plants can be moved if you are careful.
DaisyI said:It has got to be a Rose of Sharon. Kentucky is too cold for tropical Hibiscus. The sooner you move the plants, the better. Before they start coming out of dormancy.
I imagine the root system is pretty big for plants that old. Get as big a root ball as possible for the Rose of Sharon. The Peony has fat, fragile roots that bruise easily. Dig with care. You won't have to move dirt with the peony, iris or lily bulbs. Replant as soon as possible.
ScotTi said: I am thinking it is the perennial Hibiscus (Rose Mallow), the stalks die back to the ground for the winter then emerge again the following spring. Hardy in zones 5-10.
sooby said: I was thinking that too, Scott, Hibiscus moscheutos. This picture was actually taken in Ohio according to its notes. This and all the other plants kybunnies mentioned will grow here in Zone 4 (with the probably exception of some irises) so should be fine in Zone 5 (I noticed though that while NGA gives zone 5 for that zip code the USDA hardiness zip code facility gives zone 6).