If there’s such a thing as an all-purpose raspberry, Heritage is probably the one—this ever-bearing raspberry thrives almost anywhere. It has two harvest seasons, a light one in midsummer and an abundant crop from September to frost. Heritage raspberry plants produce big, juicy, extra-sweet fruits that taste equally delicious fresh as well as canned or frozen.
- Pink blossoms in spring
- Self-supporting (no trellis needed)
- Grows almost anywhere
- Grows to 4 to 6 feet, spreads to 5 feet
- Best for eating fresh, canning, and freezing
Have you ever grown Heritage raspberries? Please tell us about your experiences with Heritage raspberries.