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Everbearing varieties such as ‘Heritage’and ‘Fall Gold’ fruit in summer (July/August) and again in fall (September/October).
Canes should be planted in early spring, 2 feet apart in rows. Support using a wired framework is advisable. (See image below).
Canes will spread; dig up those creeping outside the wired support. Need full sun 6 hours a day with soil pH 6.0. Mulch the raspberry patch with manure/compost mulch in late winter and feed with uncontaminated woodash. In summer mulch with fresh grass clippings.
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