Sold as 1 single Black Raspberry plant, which was grown from cuttings.
Black Raspberry (Rubus Leucodermis) is not to be confused with blackberry. Blackberries are typically larger, shiny and firmer. Black raspberry is delicate and plush with a velvety skin like its red counterpart. The stems are notably glaucous (bluish white) and are smoothly round-shaped (nearly circular in diameter). When the stem surface is scratched, the underlying surface is a reddish maroon color. There are thorns on the stems. Black raspberries can be used in the same ways as red raspberry, although they are a bit more popular for canning than red raspberries. Black raspberry is potentially a bit more cold hardy than red raspberry.
Growing Black Raspberry Plant
Keep the Black Raspberry plants in the plastic grow bag until it becomes root bound.
After the plant has become root bound, transplant the raspberry plants in Spring or Summer.
Select an area for transplanting your raspberries that contains full sun and well-drained soil with a pH between 5.5 and 6.5.
Raspberries can also be successfully grown in containers.
Information is for educational and informational purposes only and may not be construed as medical advice. The information is not intended to replace medical advice or treatment offered by healthcare professionals.