Wild raspberries have luscious flavor,
and can be managed in a ticket, in a tended bed, or on a trellis or fence.
Start in pots, and give adequate fertility and moisture while young.Very tough once established, but will need some water to mature fruit.
BOTANICAL NAME Rubus leucodermis
Seeds need a moist chilling period in a dark place before they will sprout-a jar with something moist (moss, cotton) but not wet stored in the refrigerator (not freezer) for 4-8 weeks will do this. Start in flats for the first year, then transplant to a large pot for another year, then plant. Generally, prepare the permanent spot as you would any perennial crop.
GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFORMATION: Zones 6-9/Height 8'/Matures 4 yrs/Spacing 4'
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Bee Friendly