This fruiting groundcover provides attractive ever-changing color.
Includes one pot of 'Formosa Carpet' raspberry.
An irresistible creeping carpet of color. “Formosa Carpet' produces small, five-petaled white flowers that turn into sweet flavorful amber-colored raspberries atop hairy, but thorn-less stems late spring to early summer. The deep evergreen maple-shaped leaves turn a deep red in the fall and winter adding additional seasons of color. This is a vigorous and versatile edible plant that boasts fruit with good flavor.
Versatile uses! Although this variety spreads like a carpet, spring bulbs can sprout through the creeping canes. It gets along with annuals and other perennials and works almost as living mulch for them. Recommended uses include cascading over walls, in garden paths or container planting. Can be easily pruned after flowering or fruiting.
Low maintenance and productive. This self-fertile, fruiting groundcover is hardy and trouble-free, they work well for steep slopes, erosion control or difficult places that you want to plant and forget making them a landscape problem-solver. Performs well in both rural and urban settings, and do well in both sun and shade.
Can be grown throughout most of the continental U.S. An excellent value and investment in any landscape. **This product cannot ship to the following states and territories AK, HI, PR, VI, and GUAM.
| |Plants ship to you based on your geographic location.
Your shipment will be based on the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map
which we have correlated to your zip code
. This means you will receive your plants when it is the right time to plant for you.
You will receive one 'Formosa Carpet' raspberry, well rooted in a 5-inch pot.
These plants are carefully selected and packed for safe transport directly to you. Open immediately and follow the instructions in the planting guide
available online that provides specific care instructions including how to plant them, continuing care and winterizing.
Expect plants to reach maturity in 2 years. However, growth can be affected by many factors including fertilization and climate factors unique to your planting location.
Expect heaviest blooming late spring to summer.