Posted: 08/06/2014 at 23:11
It sounds like you have all autumn fruiters, also called primocanes.
last year's canes will have fruited in autumn,you cut the fruited tips off and they fruit again now, and then you cut out the old cane to the ground..I have these, I think they are called terrylouise. The new canes will fruit in autumn,and the process continues.
I think if you try to separate them, you will lose the autumn crop.
Last year's canes will be Brown, the new canes will be green.
You could also prune all fruited canes down to the ground in winter, but I like to get two crops off each cane.