Answer: What a surprise! If you were able to transplant it once, you should be able to do it again but keep in mind that the root system will have expanded since you planted it. You can move it in the fall after frost, replanting fairly deep and being sure to prepare the soil very well before planting. Mulch it well with compost and or aged manure and you should see some strong shoots next spring. You might then wait another year before harvesting lightly.
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