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  • Brenda Pio

    Raspberries/Blackberries trellis! How to grow Raspberries and Blackberries when to prune/transplant/fertilize! e.g.: "Raspberries use a lot of water, especially when bearing. About 1 1/2 inch of water per week and more during hot weather. Watering is most critical from the time the fruit begin to show color until picking has been completed."

  • Daniela @Frugal Ain't Cheap

    growing blackberries

  • Laelie Macbeth

    How to grow Raspberries and Blackberries when to prune/transplant/fertilize very thorough! Timely because I just ordered a raspberry plant. One of my last houses had one already growing wild just beside the fence. This way looks great

  • Steph Kelly

    Raspberry trellis

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