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    How to Plant Raspberry Bushes

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    How to Propagate Raspberry Canes

  • Kirsten Eisele

    Propagate raspberry bushes to create new plants. (do this next spring)

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    How to Grow Raspberry Plants From Clippings | eHow

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    The hundreds of varieties of raspberries planted in backyard gardens across the U.S. originated from wild berries native to North America. Native red raspberries (Rubus idaeus) and black or purple ...

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