Last month I planted a cranberry right beside the greenhouse door. I realized within three weeks that the placement was a mistake. I have a large patch of snowberries in that area. I was watching as all the new snowberry shoots were coming up all around the cranberry. It would eventually be swallowed up by the snowberries. I grabbed the freshly planted cranberry, now drenched from the pouring rain, wiggled it until it came loose. I planted it in one of the raised beds, at least for now.
I dug out the nice big juicy Fall Gold Raspberry runner that is outside the area allocated for best growth of a raspberry. I am impressed that in one season it has roamed so far. Last year I lost all of my raspberries in that bed. I give 100% credit to the alpaca manure. I dug up the fattest runner and planted it in a one gallon pot for my sister Jess. She has a terrace that is south facing and super hot in the summer. I mean super hot. I will be giving her two tomato plants and a pepper or two. They should do super well there.