Heritage raspberry - Knowledgebase Question

San Gabriel, Ca
Question by lcderrien
March 11, 2010

I planted two Heritage raspberry canes, preparing the soil as recommended, etc. but I think they went into shock after planting. The leaves that were growing on them have all fallen off. I cannot tell whether the remaining buds are still alive. Is there anything that I can do to revive the plants?

Thanks in advance,

(Pasadena/San Gabriel, CA)

Answer from NGA
March 11, 2010


Don't give up on them yet! Even if transplant shock has caused them to drop their leaves, the plants are probably busy establishing their root systems in their new homes. I suspect you'll see new growth within the next few weeks. Once they start to grow, they will really take off, especially when the weather gets warm. Hope you have a great harvest!

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