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«Fall Gold» - Organic Raspberry Seeds

«Fall Gold» - Organic Raspberry Seeds

1.14 €
There's never been a raspberry like 'Fall Gold' before! It's everbearing, self-fertile, and sets two crops: one crop in fall, then another in spring. Prune it back after the spring berries are harvested, and you begin a new growing cycle. Wow!

  • Packet Size 20/200/2000: 

  • Manufacturer country: Ukraine
  • Product code: 12277-20
  • Available: a lot of
  • Germination: 90%
  • Unit: Seeds
  • Crop year / Production date: 2019
  • Shelf life: 5 years

  • Organic Raspberry «Fall Gold»

    There's never been a raspberry like 'Fall Gold' before! It's everbearing, self-fertile, and sets two crops: one crop in fall, then another in spring.

    Prune it back after the spring berries are harvested, and you begin a new growing cycle. Wow! 'Fall Gold' is a yellow raspberry, setting extra-large, richly sweet berries with a nice tart note that makes every bite interesting. The fruit appears on upright, tall, thorny canes, making 'Fall Gold' a great choice for espaliering. You will love these delectable treats! This shrub is deciduous, but it returns promptly in spring to set its second crop. Don't forget to prune it afterwards - it fruits on new wood! So easy and delicious!
     

    How to Grow

    Once you've chosen your site, simply break up the soil with a garden fork and dig in some organic matter such as compost (old or new), well rotted manure or recycled green waste. Create a framework of posts about 1.8m (6ft) high and stretch wires horizontally across them. Set the wires about 60cm (2ft) apart.

    If you have space for more than one row, make sure the rows are 1.8m (6ft) apart. For summer-fruiting raspberries, plant each cane about 40cm apart and for autumn-fruiting raspberries plant each cane about 60cm apart. When planting raspberries, place them at a depth of about 8cm (3in) and gently firm them in and water them well. Once planted, cut the canes to 25cm from the ground to encourage lots of basal shoots.