Transplanting wild blueberries and roses
We have some wild blueberry bushes in our backyard but they are down a hill and difficult to get to without getting bitten to death by mosquitoes. They are not producing very many berries so I was thinking about transplanting some of the bushes to a different spot that I am currently weeding out for a garden, then I can mulch them in the winter and maybe help them hopefully produce more... even if not the bushes make for pretty foliage. Is it too late to do this or do you think it would have enough time to establish a root system still? I am going to dig deep when I pull them out to try to get as many of their roots as possible, then they will be going straight back into the ground again.
We just move into our house in april and have been landscaping like crazy... trying to get as much done as possible before winter hits again. Also curious about transplanting wild roses and we have them absolutely everywhere but would like them in some specific places where they are not.