Planting BLACKBERRIES, Please help!
I would like to plant BLACKBERRY vines (someone mentioned earlier that they're instead called "canes"?) on a small hill. At the very top of the hill, there is a climbing rose (that I really don't want there, but I don't have the ability to move it yet).
Just beneath the roses, I would like to be able to plant my BLACKBERRIES, since this is the only area that really gets full sun.
This means the water that I use to feed the roses can go downhill too and end up feeding the blackberries.
Is this doable? I would like to avoid removing the roses for now, since I don't have the means to do that just yet. (I prefer Crepe Myrtle to Roses, which is what I would eventually like to put there when I have the means).
So I can plant the blackberries further down the hill, just below the roses? The blackberries require sandier more acidic soil, with a ph of 4 to 5 (from what I read)