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Everbearing Red Raspberry Plants, Potted, Grown Chemical Free (Goshen/Millersburg, IN)

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make / manufacturer: perennial plants
model name / number: red raspberry

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We do not know the original name of this particular variety. It has been passed from an elderly gentleman to my sister-in-law and then to us! We call them our Heirloom Everbearing Red Raspberries.

4 inch square pots $5.00 each, 7 inch round pots $7.50 each.

They are everbearing. They do not need to be cut back. However this is the way we like to do: We mow them off before winter or you can do it in the very early spring. They will send out their new growth in the spring and by the time they are ready to bear the Japanese Beetles are past their worst stage and don't bother the raspberries as they would have earlier in the summer. Doing it this way the raspberries generally bear until the last ones freeze in the fall! Notice one photo was taken in November! They are so delicious!
I found for myself, I picked my Heirloom Thornless Blackberries (which I also sell) during the summer and about the time they were done bearing the Red Raspberries started to bear! :) Yum, yum!

We spread them on a cookie sheet to freeze. Once frozen solid we gather them into freezer boxes or bags and return to freezer. This makes it very easy to remove one or two servings at a time. My mother and I enjoy the frozen ones during the winter. We don't care to bite into frozen fruit so we allow our serving to thaw and then eat it immediately. Yum! The raspberries are also great for smoothies, puddings, jam, etc.

You are welcome to read my blog post about our Heirloom Red Raspberries. Here is the web address where you can find the post. You will need to copy and paste into your search bar:
https://wheretheroostercrowsandmulberriesgrow.wordpress.com/2022/01/28/heirloom-everbearing-red-raspberry/

I also have a number of other perennial plants.
We are located in the Goshen/Millersburg, IN area.
Please feel free to call with any questions! (five seven four) 642-0550 This is not a text number and I do not receive email by phone! Please no Sunday calls!
You are welcome to email me with questions, however I do not always respond immediately to emails!
I do ask that you call when making arrangements for pick up!
Thank you!

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