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  1. #9
    sugar is offline Sprouter
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    Mar 2012


    I got my raspberries from RR Walpole. While their prices are announced per 1000 canes, they also deliver smaller quantities at a very very competitive price, and they have a very large range of varieties available.

    I have 4 autumn (Pokusa, Joan J, Himbotop, Autumn Bliss) and 4 summer varieties (Octavia, Tulameen, Glenn Doll, Glen Magna), grown in a hegde, every variety about 3 meter long.
    The wet summer seriously impacted my summer crop, but the autumn raspberries gave 200-500gr of raspberries every single day for over two months, with the hedges only established for 50%. I guess I will get about 1 kg a day for over two months within a year or two.
    From the autumn raspberries, I would choose Himbotop and Joan J without any doubt, tasty berries and immensely productive. Pokusa is a no-go, poor taste. If this is confirmed next year (for the 3rd year in a row), I will take it out

  2. #10
    rabbit is offline Sprouter
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    Jan 2013
    Surrey, England. Heavy clay (mud!)


    Reading this thread with interest. My mum was helping us weeding our new veg plots last sept and she accidentally cut down the raspberries. Would I see new shoots by now if they were going to revive??

    I've bought three canes from Wilkes and there I no instructions that I can find. Where do they prefer to live??

  3. #11
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    sammy_roser is offline Rooter
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    Aug 2012


    I have limited space so have only had autumn fruiting canes. A couple of Autumn bliss planted last year and just planted two All Gold ones today.

    When I have more use of my garden I will be planting some summer ones.
    Last edited by sammy_roser; 02-02-2013 at 07:51 PM.

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