If you mean it's in a container or pot, then yes you can plant it now.
If you mean it's in the ground or in a planter in which you have to
dig it out, I'd say wait till the fall.
If in a pot, totally saturate the roots in the pot and just dig a hole
and plant it. Keep it watered, but not over watered.
Yes, it is in a large container now. I have to roll the thing on its
side and bang it to loosen it before it will come out, but no real
digging. I don't need to cut the rootball or anything like that. Just
have to dig a huge honking hole :)
You know, I wish I had thought of saturating its twin before I
transplanted it a few weeks ago. I bet it would have come out of the
planter a whole lot easier :(
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