I need to transplant a Paw Paw (Asamina triloba). I read everywhere that they have a virtual tap root and so are hard to transplant but that in any event they must, unlike most plants, be transplanted in the spring after their dormant period has come to an end. Mine has buds about .5' long. The temperature here in Vancouver is now reaching about 5 c at night; although it can fall lower it is very unlikely to freeze again. Is there anyone who can say if this is or is not the right time to transplant it?