Extremely popular and easy to pick!
Includes three 'Latham' raspberry bareroot plants.
Full flavored, aromatic fruit! 'Latham' is the standard for spring bearing, long harvesting red raspberries. This 1920 Minnesota heirloom combines quality fruit with excellent winter hardiness. White flowers bloom in the spring making way for the medium to large, 1-inch bright-red fruit. These berries burst with full, sweet flavor, and are rounded in shape. One plant can yield 1 to 2 quarts in mid to late summer. These berries make excellent jam, and freeze well.
Fresh raspberries right from your backyard! Raspberries are rich source of not only antioxidants, but also vitamin C, manganese and dietary fiber. 'Latham' raspberries grow best with plenty of moisture, but prefer well-drained, alkaline soil. For best results, prepare the bed prior to planting by adding lots of organic matter.
Minimal care with rewarding results! 'Latham' raspberries set fruit on its floricanes that have been overwintered and have grown for at least one year. Disease resistant, the canes are nearly thornless and we recommend that you cut spent canes to the ground once plants have finished fruiting.
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 three 'Latham' raspberry bareroot plants.
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 fruiting in summer. You will see fruit after the first year, with more and more fruit each year as the plants grow. Ripens consistently for three weeks in late June to early July.