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Raspberries Rule! Gardening Guide

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How would you like to grow magical jewels in your garden? You can, when you grow raspberries! Glowing like rubies, amethysts, and citrine, raspberries have almost supernatural properties when it comes to nutrition and health benefits. Raspberry bushes are perennials that can yield…  READ MORE right arrow
Norann Oleson, Editorial Director of Food Gardening Network
If you’ve ever been raspberry picking, you know the joy of plucking the velvety orbs off their stems and popping them in your mouth where the berry releases its sweet juice on your tongue. There is nothing like the taste of a freshly picked raspberry. Certainly the berries packaged…  READ MORE right arrow
Delicious raspberries

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Beautiful raspberries on the bush
Raspberries come in two main types: summer-bearing and ever-bearing. Summer-bearing raspberry plants produce fruit only in the summer. Ever-bearing raspberry plants produce fruit in the summer and the fall. Summer-bearing raspberries grow on floricanes, meaning they fruit on the prior year’s growth. New canes grow every…  READ MORE right arrow
Golden raspberries
Before choosing your raspberry plants, take a moment to consider how you will use your raspberries and the colors, flavors, and sizes you prefer. In addition to summer-bearing and ever-bearing types, the main categories of raspberries are: Black raspberries, also known as blackcaps, including Allen and Bristol varieties Purple…  READ MORE right arrow

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