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- If you move them in the spring, I would suggest protecting them from winter winds by spraying them with Bonide Wilt Stop and wrapping them in burlap. When you move them, you can do some pruning to improve the shape (if necessary). Be sure they will still get part to full sun in the protected area where you plant to move them.
If you plan to move them in the fall, do not do any pruning at that time. Pruning stimulates new growth that will be damaged during the winter. Water them well and fertilize them with Espoma Holly-tone or Plant-tone. Do that in the spring as well.