What’s not to love about Raspberries? Raspberries can tolerate many soil types, and don’t need to be planted in rich organic matter. They grow the best in well drained sandy loam and are self fertile meaning that both male and female reproductive parts are present on a single plant. They can also produce relatively well in part shade!
|Latin name||Rubus sp|
|Spread||indefinite-spreads by underground runners|
|Sun Requirements||full sun to part sun|
|Average year to bear fruit||3|
|Soil||Well drained sandy loam, tolerant of many soil types|