I need the advice of our @wiseowl and other resident rose experts please. I have two roses that I want to move - both have been in situ for about five years, and both have (unintentionally) ended up behind other larger things, so they are not being seen in all their glory, nor are they being pruned or cared for properly. So, I want to move them, and believe that now is a good time to do so? If so, do I prune them and move them at the same time, or do I do those jobs in a particular order? Also, what size rootball should I be expecting to move, and are there any other things I should do to make the moves successful?