Posted: 17/04/2017 at 10:25
Sorry to hear of your problems Nin. E Anglia is a great place to live.
To be honest I think Pansy's advice is the best and most practical.
Bare root raspberry canes are very cheap to buy next year in the spring - I think I paid £5 for 10 canes of Polka and Glen Ample last year, and taking cuttings of the currants and gooseberries will give you small, manageable, easily transported pots which will be ready for planting out next spring.
We all get a bit upset when we have to leave a garden we've tended and loved but a few cuttings / divisions taken this year will give you an emotional link to your old garden and a flying start in your new project.
Don't get hung up on the thought of binning your treasures - they're plants - not animals or people and their babies will flourish in your new garden.
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