Water well, this is a thirsty crop. Before growth begins the following spring, cut back all side branches so they are 12 to 18 inches long. They are sold as either: Feed Raspberry Plants with a general fertiliser in March and mulch with a thick layer of well rotted manure or compost and remove any suckers. Do you accept cheques as i have had a nasty experience, which is still ongoing, paying by credit card. Stretch 12 gauge 3.
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How Tall Do Raspberry Bushes Grow?
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What Are Raspberry Bushes?
Growth Raspberry bush growth depends on cultivar and environment, but most varieties should be ready for harvest within 16 to 18 months after the initial planting. Summer-bearing purple raspberries are hybrids of black and red fruited cultivars. Raspberry plants are surprisingly resilient and tolerate moves with little disruption. From flower to harvest in the second year, raspberry bushes may produce fruit for about six weeks.
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Planting raspberry bushes in hedgerows about 8 to 12 feet apart helps keep roots from getting too wet. Raspberry plants have perennial roots and crowns that produce single fruiting canes. In the spring, bushes sprout new canes, also called suckers. Thank you for helping to improve wiseGEEK!