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Raspberries
#81182 December 31st, 2006 at 04:31 AM
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I am thinking about what I would like to plant in my garden, I know, it's still early, grinnnn I would like to know if anyone has ever had yellow raspberries, and if they have, do they produce well? I am interested in the variety Ann, good for zones 4-9. Hannah

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#81183 January 3rd, 2007 at 02:13 AM
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OK...guess that answers my question! Has anyone stumbled across any websites with information on Yellow/Golden Raspberries?

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#81184 January 10th, 2007 at 01:03 AM
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I have a few fall gold plants that I cant seem to get to take off! They havent spread, and I get just a tiny handfull of berries each year. I think there is a trick to them, like maybe they bear on 2 year wood, something like that?

Have you done a google search? Im sure you'll find plenty of info that way.

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#81185 February 9th, 2007 at 07:19 PM
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Rasberries require a (loamy) soil to spread. I planted 2 bushes and had rasberries like crazy. Loamy is a 50/50 mix of soil and peat moss, with good drainage. Be patient because they do grow on 2 year wood. trim back the old wood every year (the 2 year stuff). I had relatives and neighbors picking them because I had so many. They were a red variety. Then my dog mowed them down. eek I want to grow more now that the poor dog is gone to dog heaven.

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#81186 February 10th, 2007 at 05:42 PM
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heres some info gardenhelper/raspberries hope it helps, we got them growing wild here. been wanting to plant some in the yard, we have black berries in the back but i love the raspberries


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