I bought a Beni Gaku lacecap (awesome red color) three years ago at the end of the season. I dug a big hole amended it with lots of good compost (whatever the garden center recommended). It didn't grow much the first year. Then the next year, it only sent out 4-5 stalks and didn't bloom, so I pruned it back as most of it looked dead because it was woody and hollow. (I think maybe this was a mistake) Now this year it has sent out ONE stalk, and it looks healthy enough. But the remainder of the old wood still looks dead. I really love this cultivar and it is expensive to replace. I fertilized it in the spring with an acid fertilizer and I think that's how I got at least a little growth out of it. It is on the North side of the house about a foot from the foundation in a pretty wet location, plenty of shade. Do you think it would kill it if I moved it to another location? Any ideas of what to try? Is it a goner?