Can you uproot a blackberry bush and replant it?

Uprooting blackberry bushes from the wild or as a means to separate domestic varieties and replanting them is common. Transplanted blackberry bushes require ample water until the roots take hold. Domestic and wild varieties do better when not inter-planted with each other.

Keywords: dividing blackberry bushes, transplanting blackberry bushes, replanting blackberry bushes

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Bobbie Brewer has been writing since 1990. Her work has appeared in publications and on Web sites including Garden Guides and Trails. Brewer is an international traveler, outdoors enthusiast and has been gardening since 1991. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English from California State University, Sacramento.