Rubus idaeus

Botanical Name: Rubus idaeus

Common Name(s): Raspberries

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Description:

These deciduous perennials need cool winters in order to bear well, and do best in the same areas as apples and pears. They prefer afternoon shade in summer, particularly in hot, dry conditions.

Family: Rosaceae

Synonym: Rubus carolinianus

Botanical Pronunciation: ROO-bus

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Deciduous
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Frost Hardy
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Non Indigenous
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Full Sun
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Moderate Watering
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Pruning Required

Common Pests and Diseases

Beetles eating the foliage at night; leaf spot in damp weather.

Flowers

Foliage

Fruit

Description:
Raspberries bear fruit on one-year-old canes, which must be cut back to ground level each winter. Pick fruits when bright red and ripe.

 



Harvest

Pick fruits when bright red and ripe.

Maintenance

They prefer afternoon shade in summer, particularly in hot, dry conditions. Raspberries bear fruit on one-year-old canes, which must be cut back to ground level each winter. Water and mulch plants regularly.

Origin

Europe

 

Planting Instructions

Plant in trenches, spacing 600mm apart. Tie canes against an upright trellis.

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