Raspberry Plants - Autumn Bliss - Primocanes Growing Chart
- Plant Outdoors
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cant really rate till we see what happens next year when they fruit
Good healthy plants - growing well
Good packaging to protect plants. These arrived in dormant condition but looked fine.
Raspberry Plants - Autumn Bliss - Primocanes
- Beautiful and delicious berries
- Enjoy picking raspberries with the family
- Great for growing in the smaller garden
Enjoy the autumn-fruiting variety Autumn Bliss which actually starts to fruit as early as July - despite its name. Fruiting right up to October that's four months or rewarding raspberries for the picking every single year.
This is a variety that flowers and fruits on the first year's growth, and they are easy to maintain and care for. Requiring little or no support Autumn Bliss is perfect for the home gardener or those with smaller fruit and vegetable plots.
Recommended by the Royal Horticultural Society this raspberry variety is ideal for home-growing. The flowers bring pollinating insects and butterflies into the garden too which add life and nature and they stick around to pollinate other flowers like strawberries and tomatoes.
Primocane (autumn-fruiting) varieties fruit on canes produced in the current year. After cropping, cut the stems down to ground level to promote the growth of new fruiting stems.See Full Description +
- Quantity 6x Bare Root Raspberry Canes
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