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Raspberry Canes - Autumn Bliss x12 - Primocane Growing Chart
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Excellent quality strong canes with plenty of fibrouse roots
Raspberry Canes - Autumn Bliss x12 - Primocane
Raspberry Autumn Bliss- With its distinctive red berries, disease resistance and long cropping season from early August to first frosts, this short, strong caned variety has been the gardeners' choice for many years.
Primocane varieties flower and fruit on the first year's growth, and are exceptionally easy to maintain and care for. They will fruit well into autumn - even after October - and being short, the canes need little or no support. Autumn Bliss is perfect for the home gardener or those with smaller fruit and vegetable plots.
Why buy primocane raspberries?
- You can pick primocane raspberries until the first frost!
- Plant & eat same year! Primocane varieties flower and fruit in the first year.
- They are easy to maintain: simply cut back to ground level in January/February.
- Short, sturdy canes need less support and are easier to grow
- Perfect for smaller gardens! Delivered November-April
Primocane (autumn-fruiting) varieties fruit on canes produced in the current year. After cropping, these should be cut down to ground level to promote the growth of new canes. Allow primocane raspberry beds to spread up to 2.5ft/0.75m wide but dig out any canes which start to grow between the rows.See Full Description +
- Quantity 12 regular canes
Delivery: Early November to Late April