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We moved into a new home in December. I have discovered 3 azalea bushes that are not getting enough sunlight in their current location. They are not very big. Can they be transplanted?
 
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Welcome to the forum! :)

What is your hardiness zone? Broadly speaking, in a cold climate it's best to move them in early spring, but if you live in a warm climate it would be best to wait until autumn.
 
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We moved into a new home in December. I have discovered 3 azalea bushes that are not getting enough sunlight in their current location. They are not very big. Can they be transplanted?
So what type of azaleas are they. I purposely bought a short variety for my front foundation, and they will not go beyond 3 feet tall, do you know if those are them--or not them? They could be very new to the ground, as the prior owners may have just planted them in the fall before you moved in.
 
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Welcome to the forum! :)

What is your hardiness zone? Broadly speaking, in a cold climate it's best to move them in early spring, but if you live in a climate it would be best to wait until autumn.
Raleigh, NC I believe we are in zone 7
 
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So what type of azaleas are they. I purposely bought a short variety for my front foundation, and they will not go beyond 3 feet tall, do you know if those are them--or not them? They could be very new to the ground, as the prior owners may have just planted them in the fall before you moved in.
Not sure. I will post a picture later
 
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Raleigh, NC I believe we are in zone 7
Ah ok, relatively warm then. I think you might have missed your opportunity to move them, so it might be best to wait until much later in the year when it is cooler (but not at risk of frost).
 
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