Posted: 24/03/2016 at 16:44
Melvyn, just about still a good time to move it now.
i would cut the branches down by half, dig/prepare the recipient hole making it as generous as possible, then dig as wide a rootball as possible. Have a bag of ericaceous compost to hand, mycchorhizal fungi, and some organic pelleted/granular fertiliser to hand.
Apply a scattering of mycchorhizal fungi to base of the recipient hole and present the plant so that the roots are in contact with it. Mix soil and compost and fertilizer and backfill. Allow a slight sump and water well. Allow to drain and water again. Prune back hard to just a few buds from the ground. You will lose flowers for a couple of years.
next day or so apply a thick mulch....dried manure mixed with compost is fine.