I've got a Christmas rose helleborus that I would like to move. I planted it in a shady spot below a threadleaf Japanese maple many years ago and it has done well after a long period of doing nothing. This winter it bloomed very well. However, the spot where it is growing has become so overgrown that it is hard to see and appreciate it, so I want to move it to a more visible location.
Would now be a good time to transplant it? Are there any special precautions I should take in moving a Helleborus? I assume that they don't like to be disturbed because it took a long to do anything after I originally planted it. We have another Helloborus, a Lenten rose, blooming in a container, that we probably will move as well.