Answer: Fall is a good time to plant and transplant ferns. Yours can make the transistion quite easily if you dig them now and put them in pots. Sink the pots down into the soil to help protect the roots from freezing weather during the winter months. When you're ready to move, plant the pots in the new garden. Then in the spring, when the soil warms, transplant your ferns directly into their new garden beds.
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