Autumn Britten Ever Bearing Raspberry Rootstock

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Autumn Britten Ever Bearing Raspberry rootstock.

Rootstock ships Mid February to June 30 or until sold out. Let us know when you would like us to ship. ORDER NOW FOR 2018 DELIVERY!

HIGH YIELDS, IMPROVED EVER BEARING. Autumn Britten red raspberries are the earliest fall bearing raspberries, often called ever bearing raspberries.. The berries turn red in mid-July and will ripen through October. Over 50% of the yield will be produced in the first 3 weeks. It is the best ever bearing Raspberry for the West Coast and Upper Mid West. Autumn Britten is cold hardy, yet heat tolerant for Southern Growers.

Produces large yields of sweet raspberries in USDA zones 3-9. Autumn Britten is one of the most productive ever bearing raspberries! Autumn Britten are large, sweet, firm, juicy berries, producing farmers market quality fruit. Great for fresh eating, pies, jams, freezing, wine/juice and specialty desserts. Canes are upright and vigorous. Autumn Britten is disease resistant. Although the canes are sturdy, this high yielding variety will bow under the weight of the berries and should have a low trellis. After all berries have been picked in the fall, simply mow down all canes. Autumn Britten ever bearing raspberries will produce berries this year.

Great Freezing Quality, Highly Productive! Popular Choice for Fresh Market & Back Yard Gardeners Excellent Shipping Quality, Rich Raspberry Taste.

You are buying rootstock. Rootstock produces more canes than bare root raspberry canes at less than half of the cost. This is the preferred method for raspberry farmers because of the lower cost and the ease of planting .

Starting raspberries from rootstock is the most economical way to start raspberry plants. All it takes is a little patience and remembering to water regularly. And since your rootstock is "Inspected" free of diseases and pests, your raspberry patch should last over 15 years with proper care. If your soil is too wet or cold to till, the raspberry roots can be planted in containers 1/2 inch deep to root out before they are planted in their permanent location. Place the containers in a sunny warm location. Usually in about 3-4 months after you planted the containers, they are ready to plant in the permanent garden area. One oz. of roots plants 4 containers.

You can expect 48-72 new canes to grow from 16 oz. of rootstock the first year. Second photo shows 8 ounces of rootstock. Third photo shows canes grown in 1st year from 8 ounces of rootstock. Canes will grow to 3+ foot tall the first year if properly cared for. They will bear fruit just as soon as if you planted bare root canes or pruned plants. Detailed planting/pruning/care instructions will come with rootstock.

These are not plants dug from someone's backyard, they are Inspected by the State of Washington to be free of disease and pests. Raspberry plants should produce for 15 or more years. This is why Universities recommend you don't risk wasting time on plants that are not inspected or certified. We ship to all states.

Price includes FREIGHT.