I need to move a few of my black rasberryberry bushes over to my new house soon, probably best to get them done now and not wait.
Hope you dry up enough to get them in.
Your far enough south and east of me I would think your spring should be about a month ahead of me.
So you could probably transplant now without a problem.
My Black Rasberries did very well last yearThe Blackberries exceeded expectations(in fact even after giving a lot to my parents, Jo put up more than she wanted to), The Red and Golden Rasberries I transplanted last spring( Decided they were too close to the black Rasberries and could cross pollenate) with the drought they did not do much last year, but were still alive last fall. So I hope they will do well this year.
I need to start a nursery row for Iowa Native White Peaches. They are a White Peach (Free Stone) about the size of a plum and native to Iowa. They are the sweetest peach I have ever eaten. A frined gave me a bunch and I saved 25 pits. They claim they are easy to grow from the pits, so I'm going to give them a try.
I need a Windbreak(Shelter Belt) and am planning to plant Peaches, Mancurian Apricots, Choke Cherries and Wild Plum(if I can find some seedlings along the river Should be able to) on the north side of my property.
Edited by JD DANNELS, March 28, 2014 - 10:28 AM.