Posted: 17/07/2017 at 22:04
Most plants can be moved, especially while they are young, as long as you do it the right way. Generally, moves are made in Autumn or Spring, but when the situation is urgent, most will survive. You need to prepare the new ground well, get the hole dug and in dry weather let a watering can of water soak well in first. Water the plant, too, if the ground is dry. Dig up the plant with as much soil as you can, avoiding root damage, and get it straight in, no tea breaks! Keep it watered and watch over it for several weeks. Shelter from intense heat or cold may be needed and very leafy plants often benefit from being cut back a bit when you move them.
I don't know where you are ripply, but if you have very high temperatures and drought at the moment, don't move anything. You could take a cutting from your rosemary and avoid another move.
It would be worth your having a long look at your garden, the soil type, the amount of sun and shade, the spaces to fill, and doing a bit of research on plants before you buy any more. It will work out better in the long run.