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I have a beautiful rosé bush in my back garden however it seems to be right in the middle of the garden. We have only moved in recently and the couple that lived here before planted wonderful plants so I would hate to ruin anything. I'm quite clueless when it comes to gardening but I would love to simple move to rosé into the front garden so my toddler has the full garden to play in, does anyone know if this is possible and if so when is best to do it.
It is best to leave it until late autumn/winter because you can cut it down and then try to dig it out. Be-warned this may sound easier than it actually is since if it has been in the ground a few years it may have a very long tap root. Replant it at the same depth with added bonemeal or equivalent water it in and water again if there is no rain forcasted within a few days though less likely in the winter.