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Fall Gold Raspberry
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Raspberries add happiness to every moment; breakfast, summertime snacks, and family picnics! Their little bite-sized candy, so sweet you don’t even realize how good they are for you! Fall Gold Raspberries are unique in their pale yellow color, as if to have been soaked in sunshine. Delicious flavor, everbearing, and a hardy grower - plant Fall Gold Raspberries this spring for a mouth full of berries and leftovers for jam!
Red raspberries, botanical name Rubus idaeus, are native to Europe and North America and are based on two main varieties. Rubus idaeus can vary from being an erect bush to sprawling and even spreading. Many raspberry varieties are thorny with biennial stems that, if left unkempt, can form heavy thickets. A versatile plant, raspberries are found in many different locations, such as streambeds to woodlands. Raspberry plants are known and grown for fruits and are not ordinarily ornamental in nature.
You’ll need sunglasses when harvesting Fall Gold’s raspberries. These bright yellow berries are a bright force in your garden, lightening up darker areas and providing a tasty snack as well! This thorny raspberry bush starts the growing season with clumps of bright white flowers, similar in appearance to roses, then finishes up with two crops of berries: one in early spring, the other in late summer. Fall Gold berries are great for eating fresh, or add them into pies and even preserves!
Height: 4-5 ft
Spread: 1.5-2 ft
Exposure: Full Sun, Part Shade
How to Grow
Raspberries thrive best in soil with mildly acidic conditions that are rich in organics, moist, and well-draining. Full sun is best; however, raspberries do tolerate part shade; fruit crops may be less plentiful when plants are exposed to shade. Canes that have fruited should be pruned back and removed; new canes will grow back and produce fruit. Suckers may develop roots if not pruned back to prevent further growth. Raspberries are self-fertile and do not require another variety to cross-pollinate.
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