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Heritage Raspberries

In this Plant Profile, get specific details, including the characteristics and best uses of Heritage Raspberries, one of six Plant Profiles featured in our Raspberry Collection

Raspberries

Raspberries on branch

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.

Characteristics:

  • Pink blossoms in spring
  • Self-supporting (no trellis needed)
  • Grows almost anywhere
  • Grows to 4 to 6 feet, spreads to 5 feet
  • Ever-bearing
  • Best for eating fresh, canning, and freezing

Have you ever grown Heritage raspberries? Please tell us about your experiences with Heritage raspberries.

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