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Antonino Giglio starts with ...
Hi everyone and thanks Daleys Nursery for the forum!

I'm wandering if I can grow rasperries and likely plants in pots and if I can, do I need to water them often?

Wandering if in soil they grow roots very deeply or not.

Cheers,

Tony
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Antonino Giglio
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7th March 2008 1:20pm
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Lachlann says...
I've never heard of anybody thinking of this. But if it was me I would try in a really big waterwell pot - one with a water reservoir in the bottom. They hate drying out. The Department of Primary Industry in Victoria has lots of good information on cultivation and pruning.
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South Coast NSW
11th March 2008 5:21pm
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John says...
Thats how strawberry's at home are being tuaght to grow. Use three pots one inside the othe but elevated so you have three platforms from which each level has plants. the fruit hangs over the sides and dont get dirtied. Then underneath a deep plate like dish where water is maitained. It works well
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