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Heritage Everbearing Raspberries do not require staking. Berries are large, bright red, firm. good for eating right out of the patch, freezing and/or jams and jellies.  The summer crop July 1st and fall crop Sept. 1st and continues until frost. The fall crop is often better that the first. Everbearing variety

Heritage Raspberries: disease resistant, do very well in my zone garden. I think they do better with support.

Raspberries, How to Plant, Grow and Care for Raspberry Plants

Raspberries, How to Plant, Grow and Care for Raspberry Plants - Garden Helper, Gardening Questions and Answers

Using a rain barrel can save you a significant amount of money in a season. For each inch of rain that falls on 500 square feet of roof, you can collect 300 gallons of water to use in your garden, or your lawn.

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Using a rain barrel can save you a significant amount of money in a season. For each inch of rain that falls on 500 square feet of roof, you can collect 300 gallons of water to use in your garden, or your lawn. If we ever got rain.

Best Raspberry Plants for Your Garden....The oldest name in autumn raspberries, 'Heritage', is gradually being replaced by varieties that produce heavier crops of better-quality fruit. Two excellent choices in autumn red raspberries are 'Caroline' and 'Autumn Bliss', but many people like to let golden raspberries take center stage in the fall. Indeed, fall-bearing golden raspberries like 'Anne', 'All Gold' and 'KiwiGold' often taste extra sweet because of fewer tart compounds.

Best Raspberry Plants for Your Garden.The oldest name in autumn raspberries…

Plant Low-Maintenance Blackberries;  Tame Wild Blackberries; Cultivated Varieties of Blackberries

Plant Low-Maintenance Blackberries - Organic Gardening

Heritage Raspberry- Sets big, bright red berries on 1-year stems! Simply mow canes after frost—they’ll be back next year with extra-sweet, juicy fruit.

Heritage Raspberry- Sets big, bright red berries on stems! Simply mow canes after frost—they’ll be back next year with extra-sweet, juicy fruit.

{gardening} Making the most of one acre. great tips for all of us gardeners!

{gardening} Making the most of one acre. great tips for all of us gardeners!someday an acre of garden!

Guide to growing Raspberries

Guide to growing Vegetable Garden. oh how I wish I could grow berries in Arizona!

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