Transplanting raspberries in the fall
Although some gardeners with a very green thumb have success in transplanting raspberries in the fall, most of us need to wait until spring. To preserve your raspberry plants through the winter, cover their roots with moist soil, sand, or wood shavings and store them in a cool place, away from the danger of freezing.
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