Heritage Raspberry

  • Disease resistant

  • Bear as early as mid-July

Bright, firm, and extremely attractive, these raspberries are specially designed to thrive in the north Georgia climate, USDA zones 4-9. They grow sturdy canes that flower during the spring and will bear fruit the first year they are planted, beginning as early as mid-July and continuing until the first frost.

***Please note—in general, while raspberries are extremely popular to grow, they can be a little more difficult to grow than blueberries and blackberries. Be sure to ask questions in our free fruit tree classes or find information available online on growing raspberries!

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Self-fruitful. Plant raspberries 2 ft apart in full sun.  Plants will grow rapidly and bear fruit in their first year.  No trellis required.