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Just had to transplant them, I got and transplanted 64 raspberry plants, as well as digging up then sticking in a pot 2 large sand-cherry bushes,,,,plenty more for me to get too! :D

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Windy but somewhat rainy today!

I seem to have good timing getting my planting done between storms this year!

The moisture keeps coming just in time to give things a good start too! :)

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I went back Thursday,

and I got another decent batch of raspberries plus one more sand-cherry, I left these at my mom's place for my older brother to pick-up, since I knew he had been wanting berries to plant in thee wind break where he is working and living on a ranch.

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yuuummmm

how wonderful you fortunate person I just sprouted some ground cherries they look like little green hairs with 2 little leaves hope they make it I think it might be late in the season for them but so hopeful

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free?

wow how did you get them free? I would love to get some ROFL I am out to plant in edibles every possible inch of my yard :-)

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I had a friend who had extra,

I've got some ground cherry seeds that I hope to try this year.


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