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06/02/2010 at 09:25
Funny i think you hav e your metaphores the wrong way round. After all the beatles did all the best stuff and were good at both ends of their career (Summer and autumn rapberries). The rolling stones were exceptionally good at the begining (brittish local) then limped on forever with less and less flavour (Bland imported strawberries.) Besides what about alternative 60's outfit The velvet underground, being harde to digest at first are they the goosberys of the mustical world?
06/02/2010 at 18:24
Do I feed my summer fruiting raspberries now as well as Autumn ones?
08/02/2010 at 13:01
as i have just taken over a gsrden how do i know if the raspberries are summer or autumn fruiting?
11/02/2010 at 19:58
Summer raspberries are fed and mulched in the autumn too, but the ground is very cold (in some cases frozen) at the moment. I would wait till the cold snap breaks before mulching, otherwise the mulch will act as an insulator, locking in all that cold. Regarding the difference between the two: I found that autumn rasberries tend to have prickly spines at the base of the plant. Yellow rasberries taste very similar to me but are psychologically upsetting!
14/03/2010 at 15:07
I planted new autumn fruiting raspberries towards the end of last year. The canes are about 25cm tall and one of them has a new shoot half way up the cane. Should I be cutting them down to ground level now ?
08/04/2010 at 20:08
if you are building a compost container out of pallets, do you put a pallet down as a base or just use the soil?
28/04/2010 at 18:23
can you grow raspberries in pots as I do not have a graden
06/05/2010 at 11:53
This may be a very silly question but, I'm a novice and need to learn somehow! I've bought some Glen Prosen raspberry canes from the garden centre. The canes are in groups of 5 - do I need to separate them out and plant them one by one? Thanks
10/05/2010 at 19:46
My autumn fruiting raspberries have curled and deformed leaves which seem to contain an insect.What is this and can I treat it? thanks
20/05/2010 at 13:37
Raspberry canes should indeed be separated out and planted individually. Should have been done during the winter, so get them in quick and mulch and water them well.
04/07/2010 at 21:10
I planted some autumn bliss raspberries in spring last year which produced flowers but not fruit. I presumed this was because it was their 1st season. However, I pruned in February and the plants are thriving with loads of flowers, but no fruits are setting. The flowers are just dying off. Can you tell me what's going wrong please?
02/09/2010 at 19:01
My raspberry plant has no fruit on it and some of the leaves are going yellow what could be causing this?
05/02/2011 at 07:17
i have just got an allotment and would love to grow rasberries any tips on where to buy what variety ?like the sound of the yellow one too
26/02/2011 at 14:30
oops I've forgotten to prune the summer raspberries. Is it too late to do it now?
15/04/2011 at 14:22
HELP! my chickens have eaten allthe tops off my autumn bliss one yar old canes, what sould I do??
12/07/2011 at 14:39
I planted rasberrie canes two years ago and have never had any fruit grow! HELP
18/07/2011 at 17:10
I have a 2 year old rubus idaeus. It has produced very large fruits most of which are delicious. However about one in 10 has a very unpleasant taste. They are often on the same branch as a tasty one, neither over or under ripe. There is no apparent damage, mould or insects. I dont use any sprays. Any ideas
28/11/2011 at 18:40
And don't forget yellow raspberries - we think they taste better.
27/05/2012 at 09:28

Hi. I have planted raspberries, blueberries and blackberries this year - I live in portugal so the seasons are different. I have lots of flowers but no setting fruit. can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?

20/05/2013 at 14:41

Hi, I am new to fruit growing.My Autumn fruiting raspberries are throwing out suckers. Will they go on to fruit and can I dig them up to replant them as viable plants?

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