Posted: 22/02/2015 at 17:21
Hi nin, Autumn fruiting varieties will also give an early crop if they are not pruned, so my guess would be that you have Autumn ones. "Autumn Gold" is a common yellow variety, so yours may be those.
Note that the overall crop is much reduced if you don't chop them down and let them fruit in early Summer, so my advice would be to cut them all back to the ground now and enjoy a much bigger crop this Autumn.
Edit: Just noticed you are moving them, so you would need to cut them back anyway!