Ornamental Dwarf with Delicious Fruit Raspberry Shortcake is a dwarf raspberry with ornamental appeal and edible fruit. These are perfect for growing in containers and would look great on your porch or balcony. A few would also look terrific in just about any sunny spot in your garden. As delicious and delightful as a bowl of shortcake on a summer day, your Raspberry Shortcake will grow to be an alluring presence in your yard from the first summer you acquire it. This dwarf variety is thornless, with a compact rounded form that will perfectly conform to your space limitations. Its gentle arching habit will certainly create a lovely presence in your landscape even without its fruit and flowers. Spring brings lovely, petite flowers that transform into tantalizing berries by mid-summer. You’ll welcome the butterflies who flock to your blooms. You should also be prepared to marvel at the songbirds that seem to rejoice at the presence of a raspberry plant in their yard. You’ll soon understand their excitement when you sample the prolific and sweet fruit of your harvest every summer. Your Raspberry Shortcake is a dwarf won’t require staking, and it’s self-pollinating so you can have one or more with no problem. Raspberry Shortcake is no simple dwarf plant. Not just attractive, but ornamental and producing an edible harvest, the Strawberry Shortcake will be a delectable addition to your home today. *Edible Fruit *Spring Flowers *Compact Nature.
Enjoy Crops Summer and Again in Fall!Raspberry September, Rubus idaeus ‘September’, is a cold-hardy, upright, ever bearing raspberry.The September raspberry produces both summer and fall crops of sweet, red or yellow berries on suckering canes. Summer fruits are borne on second year canes and fall fruits on first year canes.The upright canes are lined with thorns; new canes are produced via suckers that spread from the base of the plants.The plants should be placed 3′ apart in rows between 7 to 9′ apart. September performs best in full sun with plenty of water, and it requires a good fertilizing when blooms begin.This prickly shrub produces flavorful, medium-sized fruits that are juicy and tasty and are loved by people and wildlife alike.Southern states may see berries ripen in August but the maximum flavor is seen in September. Use the berries for fresh eating, canning or freezing.The sweet aroma of the September raspberry accents the distinctive taste. Plant your own now!.
The King of RaspberriesAre succulent raspberries picked fresh from the vine limited to people with country estates or acres of farmland? Absolutely not! You can fulfill your own dream of stepping into the backyard and picking juicy, ripe raspberries for yourself when you plant a few vines of Royalty Raspberry.Royalty Raspberry is a strong grower, suitable for backyards across most of the country. It is a healthy cross between a purple raspberry and a red raspberry and has the best qualities of both. It has the large fruit size and vigor of the purple hybrid and the high quality fresh-eating flavor of the red.Royalty ripens in mid-July with huge amounts of fruit on established vines. You’ll have plenty to share with neighbors (and the neighborhood birds if you don’t get to them first!). The vines are impressively disease resistant and super-hardy. They have even been grown successfully in cities as high as 7,000 feet. (We’re looking at you Denver and Santa Fe!) Just give them plenty of summer water, a winter blanket of mulch and some winter wind protection and they should perform like the legends they are.The fruit is perfect for eating fresh, making jams or pies and freezing for later. Order at least two for pollination, but the more you order the more fruit you’ll have. They’re fast-sellers at your local farmer’s market, too. Order yours soon!* Hardy and healthy* Juicy sweet berries * Great for the novice.
Huge & Juicy Summer RaspberriesThe Boyne Raspberry is an attractive red raspberry with a delicious sweet flavor, making it an excellent choice for fresh eating, canning, freezing and desserts. This raspberry is very productive, extremely hardy, and has a superior disease resistance. It produces a large crop of huge juicy berries in early July. It is an old favorite that is a good performer. The berries are versatile and can be used as fresh fruit, in preserves, or in pies and pastries. Raspberries may be grown successfully at an elevation as high as 7,000 feet. They do best in full sun on non-alkaline, fertile loam soil. However, they may be grown in partial shade or under other environmental constraints.Raspberries need a plentiful supply of moisture throughout the growing season. Raspberries take little space, live for years and produce crops the second season after planting. Birds also love the fruit, so you may have to share the harvest.The Boyne bush will bear only on one-year-old stems. As soon as canes have produced fruit, prune them back to the ground to make room for the strong new canes.* Hardy and Disease Resistant* Summer Fruit* Requires Little Space.
Delicious FALL fruit!Blackberries, raspberries and their kin are always thought of as summer fruits. They bring their chin-dripping goodness to 4th of July celebrations and summer sorbets and they only fruit for a few weeks. But, come the chill of autumn, they are long gone. Not anymore! Autumn Bliss raspberry delivers its juicy sweetness from August till the first frost.Autumn Bliss is a popular modern raspberry with stout canes that are shorter than average. This means, though, that they don’t need a trellis or support. Talk about easy care! The fruit comes on canes that grow the same year, so every winter, cut Autumn Bliss back to ground level and watch as it shoots up year after year.This variety is very prolific. It is disease and aphid resistant. It produces large deeply flavored berries over a long season that starts in August and runs unabashedly until the first frosts. Autumn Bliss has received the prestigious Award of Garden Merit from The Royal Horticultural Society in the UK, which only goes to show how great this plant will be in your own garden.Add a few of the autumn producing vines in with your summer producers for months of delicious berries in your own backyard! Nature Hills only ships healthy, field grown plants. We know that you will love these plants for years to come!* Fresh fruit from August to first frost* Easy care* Great for backyard garden.