Finally got around to trimming the hedges in front of the house yesterday (yes, I know it's the wrong time, but ya do what ya gotta do) and learned one of our azalias has a bee hive in it. It isn't huge, and they seem to be pretty passive, only noticed b/c there were a couple flying around. Left it alone and all was quiet, came back a bit later and whacked the bush w/ a rake to check it was active and could hear 'em buzzing up. Any suggestions for how to safely trim the bush? I was thinking maybe come back at night and gently trim w/ hand clippers? Am I playing w/ fire? In the long run I may have to encourage them to relocate, sicne the bush is right in front of the front door. I'm aware of their place in the ecosystem so I'm not a fan of just spraying to kill em if there's a better solution.