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  1. The best time to transplant all depends on what you are transplanting. Considering your region, the short answer is pretty much anything at this time. The more detailed answer is pretty much anything at this time, though hardy annuals, perennials, grasses, trees, shrubs and cool season vegetables can be transplanted anytime in late winter or spring after hard frost danger has passed (when temperatures fall below 28 degrees F for more than a few hours). For annuals and warm season vegetables, wait until all frost danger has passed. Fall is also a good time to plant any of these (though for veggies it should be cool-season veggies only), especially trees, shrubs and perennials. It's best to avoid the peak heat of summer.