Sold as 1 single Red Raspberry plant, which was grown from cuttings.
Red Raspberry scientific name is Rubus idaeus. Red Raspberry produces a high yield of very large, bright red fruit with a good sugar-acid balance, and a pure, strong, sweet raspberry flavor.
Growing Red Raspberry Plant
- They should be planted in an area that gets six to eight hours of sun a day.
- They can be successfully grown in containers or raised beds.
- Well draining soil is crucial, as raspberries are susceptible to root rot and will not tolerate wet feet.
- Amend soil with rich, organic comarticle to improve drainage and nutrient composition, especially if you’re dealing with heavy clay.
- Raspberry canes grow up to head height and beyond, so they’ll need a support system.
- Fertilize the Raspberry bush twice a year the first year you plant them. After that, you can fertilize your growing raspberry bushes annually.
- Cut all the canes back to the ground in late winter.
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