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By Malckey

Essex, United Kingdom Gb

i have a loganberry plant, about 6 foot tall its in its first year, so hasnt had any fruit yet, can i move it, if so when can i, thankyou



Move it about now, but try not to break any long roots it may have formed, and keep a good rootball around the base for the shorter roots. Prepare the new hole first, and then adjust its size to accommodate the depth and spread of the roots when you've dug it up. Don't cramp up any roots to squeeze them into the new hole. Water well - if the soil is dry around the plant currently, soak that first, then water in its new position.

25 Sep, 2011


thankyou for your comment its appreciated

25 Sep, 2011


If things go wrong, somewhat heavy pruning will help it to survive, but you will sacrifice next year's crop.

26 Sep, 2011

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