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Raspberry Plants

With our bumper cropping raspberry plants you will be delighted with your results and enjoy eating fresh raspberries picked from your own raspberry bushes. Raspberries are incredibly easy to grow and one of the most popular summer berries.

There are plenty of raspberry plants which you will want to grow such as the top-performing Brice, early-ripe Malling Minerva or even the yellow-coloured All Gold!

Browse our range of raspberry plants and try something different today. You can trust that your raspberry plant will be despatched at just the right time for you to successfully plant and grow it in your garden. Quality guaranteed!

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  1. Black Raspberry Plant - Jewel Quick View

    Black Raspberry Plant - Jewel

    Despatch from October 2016 1 2 Litre Potted Plant
  2. Raspberry Bare Root Plants - Autumn Collection Save 33% Quick View

    Raspberry Bare Root Plants - Autumn Collection

    Despatch from October 2016 15 Bare Root Plants (canes) - 5 of each variety
  3. Raspberry Bare Root Plants - Summer Collection Save 33% Quick View

    Raspberry Bare Root Plants - Summer Collection

    Despatch from October 2016 15 Bare Root Plants (canes) - 5 of each variety
  4. Raspberry Plants - All Gold Quick View

    Raspberry Plants - All Gold

    Despatch from October 2016 5 Plants (canes)
  5. Raspberry Plants - Long Cane Glen Ample Quick View

    Raspberry Plants - Long Cane Glen Ample

    Despatch from October 2016 Pack of 10 Plants (canes)
  6. Raspberry Plants - Octavia Quick View

    Raspberry Plants - Octavia

    5 or 10 Plants (canes)
    From£11.99
  7. Raspberry Plants - Valentina Quick View

    Raspberry Plants - Valentina

    Despatch from October 2016 5 Plants (canes)
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raspberry plants

Growing your own raspberries

With the exception of strawberries, probably nothing brings thoughts of summer days to mind quite like the taste, or scent of raspberries. Full of vitamins and minerals, this delicious fruit follows hot on the heels of the strawberry crop. With ever-bearers, and both summer and autumn fruiting varieties, you can have a four month long picking season.

Growing this fruit needs space, but is not too time consuming after planting. Select a sheltered, sunny position and incorporate plenty of well rotted manure or compost a month before planting. The best time for planting your raspberry plantis October, but autumn fruiting varieties can be planted through until March. Water well, this is a thirsty crop. When you plant them allow at least 35cm (14") between canes, and feed with a high potash fertiliser (a tomato feed will be ideal).

  • 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.
  • Summer fruiting plants will require support.
  • Plant a modern thornless raspberry variety to avoid the need to wear armoured gloves when harvesting. There are also some beautiful yellow fruited cultivars on the market that have a unique flavour, and good yields.
  • Don't want to wait for your first crop? Why not buy longer raspberry canes with year old fruiting wood that will give you fruit in the first year.
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