Raspberries

Raspberries

Please, review the information on the General Growing Tips page. 

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  • Cumberland Black Raspberry

    Cumberland Black Raspberry

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    Cumberland Black Floricane Raspberry is the most famous Black Raspberry. It was introduced in 1896!  It is well known for its unique flavor and huge productivity. Perfect for fresh eating, baking, jam, jelly, wine etc. Fruit ripens early to...
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    Royalty Purple Raspberry Floricane Late season Zones: 4-8 1 gal.

    Royalty Purple Raspberry

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    Royalty Purple (Floricane) Raspberry From New York Cornell University. (Cumberland x  Newburgh) x (Newburgh x Indian Summer) (PP#5,405) 1982. Late season.  Royalty raspberry plant produces HUGE, high-quality with unbelievable flavor purple...
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    Nova Red Raspberry

    Nova Red Raspberry

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    Nova Red Floricane (Southland x Boyne), was released from Nova Scotia Canada in 1980. Mid-season cultivar. Floricane, vigorous, upright plants are medium height and nearly thornless with long, fruiting laterals. Bright red fruit is medium-sized, and firm...
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  • Anne Yellow Raspberry Anne Yellow Raspberry

    Anne Yellow Raspberry

    $21.99
    Anne Yellow Primocane (University of Maryland, Plant patent #10,411) produces VERY large, conic, pale yellow, delicious fruit that ripens mid-late season. It has very good flavor and texture. Tall upright canes sucker sparsely requiring higher...
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    Caroline Red Raspberry Caroline Red Raspberry

    Caroline Red Raspberry

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    Caroline Red Primocane Mid-late season.  Caroline (=JCRF1) PP 10,412- released from Maryland University, 1999. (Geo-1 (Autumn Bliss x Glen Moy) x Heritage) delivers two bumper crops of firm, good flavored large, sweet red raspberries. It produces...
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  • Bristol Black Raspberry Floricane Early season 1 gal. Size Zones 5-8

    Bristol Black Raspberry

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    Bristol Black Raspberry Floricane Early season.  Bristol Black Raspberry is from New York. It was introduced in 1934. Fruit ripens early and is medium to large and firm with excellent flavor. Plants are vigorous and high yielding.  Zones:...
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All our Raspberries for Sale are tissue-cultured plants. We do not sell bare-root plants. In 1 gallon we sell large 3-year-old plants. In 12 cm- we sell 1.5-year-old tissue-cultured plants.

We ship our plants, year round!

Primocane vs Floricane: Primocane raspberries are the plants that fruit on the current year's growth. Anne Yellow (P), Caroline (P), Double Gold ( P), Heritage (P), Himbo Top (P), Joan J Thornless(P), Nantahala (P), Polana (P), Fall Gold Yellow (P), Vintage (P), Niwot Black (P) are Primocane raspberries. We recommend these varieties if you wish to have a fall crop: late August to November depending on your Hardiness Zone, then You'll have to prune them to the ground in winter. The other varieties of red raspberries on our site are Floricane, which means they fruit on the prior year's growth and are considered summer fruiting varieties: June 15 to August 15, depending on zones and spring weather conditions. We have started selling Coho (F), Meeker( F), Willamette ( F), and Prelude (F). Bristol (F), Cumberland (F), Jewel (F), Big Mac (F), Cascade Gold(F), Royalty Purple Huge Berries (F), Glencoe Thornless Purple (F) - different color varieties which are in high demand in the Plant World.

Please, do not replant raspberries right away after shipment. Let the plants get some time (at least 2-5 days) to be adapted to their new location- keep them in the pots. In the heat, keep the pots in partial shade for a day or two. Please do not add any acidic mulch around raspberries and leave approx. 2 feet mulch-free around your plant when you plant them until it is rooted in and established. Please, weed all the grass around at least 4 '. Start with 1-2 inches high mulch level, depending on the size of the plant. You should add pine mulch for heat or winter protection when the plants are well-established and after they give some new growth (in about 2-3 months depending on the weather). Other mulch is too acidic or may have undesirable fungus. 

Do not rely on a dripping system while your plants are not. Water by hand, please!

Our plants are very healthy, virus/diseases indexed and they will give lots of new growth this summer, being tissue cultured! Please, watch late frost for possible damages! Cover your plants with special white material to protect them nicely. Please do not leave your plants on their own, while they are not established, they can be damaged. All our plants are the best varieties and in perfect shape to plant, VIGOROUSLY growing!