Posted: 05/09/2014 at 12:07
If you're not going to have time later on, then prepare the new sites well, dig as big a rootball as possible and go for it.
When you dig them up use a large sheet of strong plastic or similar to slide the plant's roots onto and carry it like that, then gently ease it into the new hole. That way the soil won't crumble away from around the roots and the rootball should stay intact.
Water in and mulch with some well-rotted manure and all should be well.