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Raspberry

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Whether they are red, yellow, purple, or black, homegrown raspberries are full of robust flavor. The hardy and thorny canes of raspberry plants are easy to grow and very productive. Various ripening times and colors make it possible to enjoy harvest from raspberry bushes from midsummer through fall. Red and yellow fruits grow one or two crops on stiff, arching canes. Black and purple fruits grow one crop on trailing canes that require trellising. Raspberries grow best where they receive long cold winters and a long, cool spring. Well-drained soil is also a must.

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Height:

3 to 8 feet

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3 feet

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Zones:

4-9


how to grow Raspberry

more varieties for Raspberry
'Bristol' black raspberry

'Bristol' black raspberry

bears large, firm, glossy black berries for weeks in summer. This cultivar is especially good for the South and West. Zones 4-8

'Canby' red raspberry

'Canby' red raspberry

bears large, firm berries in midseason. The plants are semi-thornless and do best in well-drained soils in the west and northwest. Zones 5-8

'Fall Gold' raspberry

'Fall Gold' raspberry

produces tawny-colored berries with a sweet flavor. It produces two crops; one in fall and one in early summer. It grows best in northern regions. Zones 4-8

'Heritage' red raspberry

'Heritage' red raspberry

bears medium-sized fruit in July and September. The stiff, upright canes need little support and it is known for its excellent ability to produce a fall crop. Zones 3-8

'Jewel' black raspberry

'Jewel' black raspberry

is a popular and very productive plant. The flavorful fruit is a lovely black-purple hue. Zones 3-8

'Meeker' red raspberry

'Meeker' red raspberry

produces bright-red, firm berries on notably strong, disease-resistant plants. This productive cultivar is a favorite in the Pacific Northwest. Zones 4-8

'Reveille' red raspberry

'Reveille' red raspberry

bears early season berries with excellent flavor. The vigorous plants produce vast quantities of fruit. Zones 4-8

'Royalty' purple raspberry

'Royalty' purple raspberry

is a very vigorous plant with large, sweet fruit that is good for eating fresh, cooking, and preserving. The disease-resistant plants are easy to grow. Zones 4-7

'Titan' red raspberry

'Titan' red raspberry

produces exceptionally large fruit. The plants demand well-drained, light soils. Zones 5-8

'Willamette' red raspberries

'Willamette' red raspberries

bears large, round, firm berries that ripen midseason. They are exceptional for canning and freezing. This vigorous plant is a popular commercial variety and good for the West. Zones 5-8

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