This dwarf, thornless red raspberry has an endearing, rounded growth habit and thrives in a large patio pot or in the landscape. It will nicely fill out any container, and it requires no staking! It spreads slightly in the landscape. Self-fertile, it yields large, nutritious, super-sweet berries in midsummer. Deciduous.
Information provided by Monrovia
CareProvide well-drained, neutral soil. Feed with a balanced fertilizer in early spring; repeat in summer. Fruit is produced on second-year canes. Just after harvest, prune out only the canes that have fruited. Leave the new canes that have sprouted during the growing season to overwinter and produce next year's fruit. In late spring, prune only to remove old canes with no new growth.
- Genus : Rubus
- Zones : 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
- Characteristics : Attracts Bees
- Uses : Containers
- Plant Type : Shrubs
- Plant Seasonal Interest : Summer Interest
- Flower Color : White