To transplant into a garden container or the garden bed, water your plant the night before. Since your plant has been in a box without light or water, it may have some yellowing leaves or show some wilt. If the soil is dry, water the plant and put her in bright, indirect light for a couple of days. When the temperatures are consistently at 60°F at night, you can transition your plant slowly to more direct sunlight. For one to two weeks, start in the morning hours and gradually give it more direct sunshine each day. After increasing the time, each day should acclimate to the full sun for 6-8 hours per day. Next, dig the hole twice as wide as the grower pot and the same depth as the grower pot (not deeper). Remove the plant and center in the spot. Add rooting hormone around the roots of the plant. Water in the hole and let drain. If you have clay or poor soils, add compost and manure to enhance the soil consistency. Fill around the plant and up to the top of its soil line. Tamp down with your hands to remove any air pockets. Water again around the drip line, careful not to soak the leaves to help prevent fungus. Keep the soil moist like a wrung-out sponge but not soggy to promote healthy root growth. Provide a cage or trellis for the vines to hang upon. Mulch around the base of the plant to help safeguard against soil splash and help prevent weeds.