I’m a complete novice at gardening so as much in depth advice as possible would be very gratefully received please!
I have a lovely Camellia ‘golden spangles’ about 4-5ft tall in south UK, unfortunately due to building works (new shed going in!) it must be moved ASAP. However it’s now very late December and it has just started flowering which I believe is very early? I only need to move about 2 foot or so. Is it possible to move it now without killing it? Also can it be dug up and left for a while or must it be replanted straight away as I think it needs to be kept out of the way while the shed is built so it isn’t damaged. Should it be dug up with a root ball? If so how wide deep should that be?
Any and all help is much appreciated!