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  • Janine Jordan

    How I would love to grow Raspberries! Start off with 18" between plants & they will spread over time. That's why it's good to have it contained in a raised bed.

  • Cherry Krolczyk

    Raspberry Bushes ""OH! I love the idea of supporting them and containing them in a raised bed! Genius!"" I think this would be great for blackberry bushes too

  • Kimberly Wehrbein

    Raspberry bushes! This looks awesome. Very clean and controlled // Great Gardens Ideas //

  • Mary Billstein

    Raspberry Trellis | did plant a raspberry bed in my front yard in Anchorage and it was ...

  • Christy

    Front yard: Raspberry plants. Start off with 18" between plants & they will spread over time. That's why it's good to have it contained in a raised bed.

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We're going to do something very similar to this in between our raised beds to grow pea plants on this summer. It will be like a living tunnel for the kids to play in.