I have a back thumb, I tend to kill plants. But I LOVE raspberries and so I got a whole bunch of babies. Some are a bit bigger, and a few are smaller. Right now the weather is wonky and I want to wait for them to be a bit more mature before I put them outside. At the moment they're sitting in root booster in buckets, some even sitting in a margarine container being too small for a bucket.
So anyhow, what do I do with them?
Answer by rkoloms at 7:01 AM on Jun. 11, 2010
Answer by twinsplus2more at 2:57 PM on Jun. 11, 2010
Answer by SWasson at 3:31 PM on Jun. 11, 2010
you can plant raspberries anytime frost or not. they are perennials and greatly prolific. just make sure you put them in a place you will want them forever- because the canes will likely continue to regenerate for your lifetime or longer. Maintenance free for the most part, if you have dual bearing berries prune your 2yr old canes in February.( future reference-make note somewhere)
Answer by jewjewbee at 12:38 PM on Jun. 12, 2010
Answer by oldnavykids2 at 8:58 PM on Jul. 5, 2010