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Growing Cape Gooseberry, also Golden Berry, Inca Berry

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16 May 18 Delroy (New Zealand - cool/mountain climate)
Can I replant a golden berry plant that has flower and starting to fruit?
22 May 18 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
The older a plant is the bigger the shock when you transplant it. You would probably kill it. A way to do it (????) is - cut down through the root system for 30-45cm about 15-20cm from the trunk.. Water the plant for about 3-4 weeks to develop new roots near the trunk. Then carefully dig it out putting a plastic liner around the soil and root system - keep the soil and roots all tight together. Then put it in it's new home. No guarantees though.
17 May 18 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
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