Gooseberry - could it still be alive?

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  1. Logan

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    Hi
    It's the right time for cuttings, yes they will lose their leaves but that's ok, they'll grow in the spring. But if you haven't got a lot to take from i wouldn't do it, it's best to dig up the plant and put it in the garden, not a pot it will be better and you won't lose it. Make sure that you get a lot of soil with it, dig as far away as possible from the stem.
     
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