I have a customer where the fire inspector informed them they have to remove a couple of 6 foot rhododendrons that are blocking the building's built in hydrant connections (not sure what these are called, but its basically that buildings personal hydrant that is built into the wall). Anyway, there is another bed on site that would be perfect for a couple of the rhodies so I had suggested to the customer that we try to transplant 2 to that bed. 1. Is this the wrong time of year to try this? 2. Any suggestions to give them a better chance of surviving the move and taking root in their new home? They are healthy & thriving now, so I figure its worth a shot instead of hacking & tossing them. Thanks for any replies.