I found a small shrub that I did not recognize in my garden today, and tried out a new phone app to ID it. The phone app is Candide, and you take your plant's picture, and it IDs the plant for you. This bush is also called burning bush. It is already about shoulder height on me (I am 5' 4"), and I was wondering, is it too late to move it? I do not remember planting it, though it may be something a friend gave me some years ago? I thought her gift plants had died out and tossed them.. Now it is a fair sized bush, and the app says it will get to be about 5 ft x 5 ft, and there is not really room where it is. There are other trees and shrubs close to it, so I would like to move it this fall. My yard is full of other shrubs and trees, but I thought perhaps out back along the edge of my woods, and it won't matter how large it gets.