Transplanting Rivermallow Bushes

I have two Rivermallow bushes that have been growing in my garden for four years. They have gotten huge and I desperately need to dig them up and move them. I was told to do this in the fall, but the bushes have a huge root system. I was wondering if it is safe to dig them up because I am obviously going to do some damage to the roots. Will they be alright if I do this?

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Hardiness Zone: 5b

By Lisa from Chambersburg, PA

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October 17, 20090 found this helpful

I can not locate any info online about this bush, maybe you have the wrong name or something, good luck.

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