Passiflora Caerulea transplant
Hello. I posted this in the vines forum before I noticed there was a passiflora one. Hopefully get a better response here.
So the house I am moving into has a scrawny little vine labeled Passiflora Caerula "clear skies". Probably been in the ground for one season. I have looked up some pictures and it looks like a beautiful plant.
The current location isn't the best and so I want to transplant it. From the info I found, seems that transplanting these from one location in the ground to another usually isn't a problem. But I am considering putting it in a container on my deck. So how tough are the roots? The soil it is in is very poor (clay). Will the Caerulea respond well to rinsing off the roots of the poor soil so I can plant it with proper container medium? Or are the roots too fragile or temperamental?
Any other tips for success? Thanks.