Wild 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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Wild Red Raspberry
Wild Red Raspberry - Rubus idaeus. The Wild Red Raspberry is often called the European Raspberry, or the American Red Raspberry is a prickly tree that grows about seven feet in height. It is mostly found in forest settings. Younger plants are easy to recognize with sugarcane-like stalks that have prickly stickers all over the stem. The Wild Red Raspberry likes partial shade or full sun. It will bloom in the late spring and early summer with small white flowers that have five petals and are up to a half an inch in length. Three to eight of these flowers bloom on the top of the stalks.
The Seedless Red Raspberry bush is native to North American and the northern parts of Europe. This plant produces red berries that are edible. The berries can be used for some things including jams and teas. The berries can also be used as a natural dye. They have horns used for protection from wild animals. The berries grow in clusters at the end of the branches from May until July. This type of bush is found in the wild. Many people plant them in their gardens for the color and use of the berries. Many people enjoy this berry since they do not have to worry about seeds when they are eating it, The Seedless Red Raspberry produces edible fruit. This plant is a perennial. It needs a right amount of sunlight.
Raspberries should be grown in colder climates with long spring periods. They should not be planted where other plants such as tomato or peppers have been grown for at least four years. The fruit can be harvested when they easily come away from the vine. Raspberries can be stored by freezing or canning and made into sauces, jelly, jam or preserves.