Starting and Growing Fall Raspberries
Raspberries ripen throughout the summer and early fall. Ever-bearing aka Fall Bearing varieties will yield both a summer and fall crop. Many feel the fall crop is the highest quality. The fall crop generally appears on new canes. Maintenance such as regular pruning will enhance the berry yields and quality. For a single fall crop on ever-bearers, prune out the old canes at ground level once they are finished fruiting.
In the early spring, after a brief hardening off period, transplant your raspberry plants outdoors. Don't allow the plants to dry out during planting .The portion of the stem that was below ground is a different color. The hole should be big enough to allow the roots to spread out normally.
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