Red Raspberry

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Red Raspberry Bush- Rubus idaeus USDA Climate Zone: 2-7 Bush Height: up to 5 Feet Bush Width: 2-3 Feet Soil Type: Tolerates a wide range of soil pH texture and requires adequate soil moisture Sun: Is adaptable to full sun or partial shade

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Red Raspberry

The Red Raspberry bush is a beautiful bush. Red Raspberry leaves are a soft, natural green, soft to the touch with a jagged edge. Red Raspberry is a perennial with woody stems, ensuring that it should live for a long while so long as it receives proper care. Red Raspberry blossoms are pure white, with five petals, which should attract all manner of butterflies for the family to enjoy, and when pollinated bear deep red, edible berries. The berries are a right balance of sweetness and tartness, perfect for a summertime snack food, or a delicious pie. The sweet-smelling berries should also attract cute songbirds, squirrels, rabbits, and even deer, perfect for nature-loving families.

Red Raspberry Bush - Rubus idaeus is naturally grown in colder climates and is relatively easy to grow. There are two types of Red Raspberry Bushes, summer-bearers, and ever-bearers. The summer-bearers only bear one crop a season, specifically the summer. The ever-bearers yield two plants, one in summer and fall. With proper care, the bush will continuously bear fruit. This bush has biennial stems with the leaves being pinnately compound, with three to five leaflets. The flowers are white to greenish white with single or small clusters. The red raspberry is rounded, two centimeters long and wide, typically maturing between July to September. A beautiful bush to add to any garden it is rarely raided by wildlife, unlike its blackberry counterpart.

The Red Raspberry is an edible fruit that has become a fall favorite. Red Raspberry is a fruiting plant. Red Raspberry is very drought resistant. The scientific name for this plant is Rebus Idaeus “Heritage.” Heritage Everbearing Raspberry is an easy favorite due to its deep flavor, firmness, and large sized fruit. It is easy to force it into production twice per year, and Red Raspberry will even produce its first year. The first, slim harvest starts in July and the second in September. Expect to have a hefty yield through the fall. These large firm berries are perfect as is and hold up exceptionally well in pies and canning. The hardy plant will do well even in colder zones where most other raspberry varieties will not grow well or at all. The self-supporting canes do well as a bramble groundcover or on a trellis or additional vine support. The fruit that this plant makes can be transformed into the most delicious desserts or other dishes that the fall season has to offer. Make pies, jams, jellies or eat them raw, it does not matter!

The raspberry has quite a lot happening regarding helping your body. For starters, these berries are loaded up with vitamins, minerals and specific nutrients that can help someone who is trying to stay healthy or even those currently dieting. Manganese is heavily supplied through berries like raspberries. In just one cup of these berries, you can get nearly two-thirds of your recommended daily amount. This along with vitamin C which they also have an abundance of can help regulate your immune system and ward off sickness while helping your body function optimally.


The blueberry is a multifunctional fruit as well. Not only is it also loaded up with vitamin C and many other minerals helpful for improving the performance of your immune system, but it also has a host of other health benefits as well. For one, it can eliminate the threat of free radicals in your body, which can reduce the presence of disease and even slow the aging process in some people. It is also a part of a recent study to suggest that the consumption of them regularly can reduce the presence of belly fat when coupled with diet and exercise.

Red Raspberry