Has anyone had any luck in doing this. These hydrangeas are your garden variety, old wood blooming hydrangeas. They have about the same structure as a limelight, only with a much whiter bloom. I'm going to do job for a customer who has existing bushes, that are at least 60 years old, if not older, that I want to incorporate into a new section of landscaping. I'm thinking that it might be hard to find newer plants that are exactly the same as these. I've always been told that hydrangeas are hard to transplant and generally don't survive, but I don't know if it's true or not. Thanks.