Never allow the plant roots to dry out during the transplanting process. Tie up the branches of your shrubs so they don’t get damaged while you dig and transport the plant. Mark the north side of the shrub so you can properly orient it when you plant it in again. This will prevent sunscald injury to their stems. Dig with a sharp spade in order to ensure clean cuts through any roots. Transplants are also more successful if you leave a ball of soil attached to the roots, but this will make the plant harder to move. More information is available in the citation provided.
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