When to transplant various perennials & bull; HelpfulGardener.com

When to transplant various perennials & bull; HelpfulGardener.com

When to transplant various perennials & bull; HelpfulGardener.com

I have a raised bed that I'm planning to clear perennials to make space for veggies. I definitely plan to save as much as I can from the bed and divide / transplant them to various empty areas in my gardens. The problem is that many of the plants are currently in bloom and I'm not sure that now is the most appropriate time to disturb them, but I want to be ready for my veggies to purchase as baby plants). Evergreen Candy Tuft
Coral Bells (no clue of the variety ...) I have have been thinking about maybe a few things if they would draw beneficial insects ... bad idea?

Perennials: it's all over my garden in full sun or shade and the blooms are bubblegum pink.It's pretty much wherever I've laid divisions)
Coreopsis (A lance leaf variety, so it should be easier to move than the threadleaf variety)
Iris
Shasta Daisy
Evening Primrose (yellow)
Miniature rose bush that has never seemed to do well
Asters (leaves are just coming up and are in a weedy section so these will be tricky to move)
I'm sure I'm forgetting things since I'm currently home to go look

Bulbs in bloom now:
Hyacinths Daffodils (grape and larger variety)
Tulips (just starting to bloom)

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Some of the perennials, like the candy tuft, are in bloom now so I'm not sure that now is the time to move them. Would it be okay? The candy tuft specifically hangs over the edge of the raised bed so it's possible I could leave it there and it would not be in the way.

I'm also assuming I should wait to move the bulbs? I've never moved bulbs before ... should I wait until the leaves are yellowing and then dig them up?