• BrazelBerries® Raspberry Shortcake™ Bush for Sale

    BrazelBerries® Raspberry Shortcake™ Bush for Sale


BrazelBerries® Raspberry Shortcake™ Bush

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BrazelBerries® Raspberry Shortcake™ Bush Planting Mix

Helps your BrazelBerries® Raspberry Shortcake™ Bush get established in a fraction of the time, become more drought tolerant, and grow faster. Here's how:

Beneficial Bacteria... It's like a Probiotic for your tree... creating an explosion of fine hair roots that vastly improves nutrient and water uptake.

Course Organic Compost... loosens and improves all types of soils while promoting proper pH levels. You get better drainage and moisture retention.

Microbial Fertilizers... including Sea Kelp, Yucca, and 100 other elements proven to gently feed your tree without burning the roots.

Use 1 bag of Planting Mix for each plant ordered.

Soil Contents
-t- Root Rocket™ Fertilizer
Root Rocket™ Transplant Fertilizer

2oz. Packet

Get your new plants off to the right start by using Root Rocket™ Transplant.

This soil amendment contains 16 strains of mycorrhizal fungi, biostimulants, beneficial bacteria and Horta-Sorb® water management gel.

Simply sprinkle the product into the planting hole adjacent to the root ball when planting.

The organisms will start to work right away supplying the roots with much needed nutrition.

The specially formulated Horta-Sorb® will reduce transplant stress and aid in water retention.

1 packet per plant

Root Rocket Fertilizer

Growing Zones: 5-9

Growing Zones 5-9 This plant is recommended for zones: 5-9
(green area above)
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

2-3 ft.

Mature Width:

3-4 ft.


Full to Partial

Drought Tolerance:


Botanical Name:

Rubus idaeus ‘NR7’ PP22141

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Pick Large Amounts of Delicious Raspberries from a Giant Bush.

Here's the problem with raspberries... they grow on long, skinny canes that need to be supported on trellises and spaced out in order to get a decent crop. They have thorns that make them tough to pick and some varieties make you wait an entire extra year because they can only produce on mature canes.

The Brazelberry Raspberry Shortcake solves all these problems. It grows in a dense bush form that can give you more fruit than a small row of lanky canes. It thrives in a container or the ground, producing fruit on thick new growth. You get a great crop year after year without the work or hassle.

This is an exceptional tasting raspberry. It's full sized with a great texture. They named it "shortcake" because of how sweet it is. Around July, your bushes start to look like small fruit factories... pumping out bright red berries against that lush green backdrop. You can pick for weeks and never have to worry about thorns.

Your bush grows about 3 ft. tall. Ideal for a back deck, where you can walk out each morning and pick fresh raspberries for your breakfast. The larger your container, the larger your plant will grow. But if you really want to get creative... this is a bright looking shrub. Plant them on each side of your front entrance or even as a foundation hedge. In the fall you will start seeing your leaves turning autumn colors. Plant several for a hedge that will give you enough berries to freeze throughout the year as well as share with friends and family.

This is a real problem solver that you will see more of in a few years. We are one of a few nurseries that are able to offer the Raspberry Shortcake. Your bushes will arrive with a well developed root mass and cane structure that is ready to explode with new growth. These large sizes will likely sell out quickly for the year. We suggest you order while they are still available.

Customer Reviews

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Growth Rate
Growth Rate
This is the first winter on them. I hope they perk up, come spring time and start growing. They were not in very good shape when they got here.
December 17, 2014
1 year ago
I ordered two of these beautiful, compact, little bushes. There's no berries yet, but they are great looking plants all the same. What an awesome addition to any patio or garden.
December 31, 2012
Growth Rate
i purchased two bushes and they arrived very healthy and quite a good size. I have one of these already, and it is a vigorous grower in a pot. It's a great producer and the berries are delicious.
July 29, 2015
10 months ago
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can't get it to grow well on my patio
the fruit it come with was amazing, if it comes back next year and performs, then it will have a four start, right now the plant is nearly hanging on so the jury is still out
September 2, 2014
1 year ago
Growth Rate
Waitin for fruit
Plants are doing fine, growing very well, but still no fruit. Hoping for a fall harvest. Definitely needing regular water with hot spells.
July 26, 2015
1 year ago
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Growth Rate
The plant came. This was the first time I have ever order plants or trees on line. Like the way fast-growing-trees talked about the roots systems being so abundant and health. They we right. The raspberry bush has taken to it's pot and has berries on it all ready! Can't wait to tast them. Every happy.
May 17, 2016
Vslparsiso, IN, US
4 weeks ago
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Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your BrazelBerries® Raspberry Shortcake™ Bush

BrazelBerries® Raspberry Shortcake™ Bush Planting Diretions Plant in a 24” or bigger container in potting medium and place in a sunny location outdoors. Apply a slow-release, balanced fertilizer in the spring and midsummer, and water your container every day, especially in summer heat. Goes dormant in winter. Zone 5 and above, overwinter by bringing into a sheltered, unheated area after the leaves drop in fall, and bring back outside in spring. Zones 6 and south, just leave it alone.

Great for the garden, too, but allow space for it to spread moderately. Best in a rich, moist but well-drained soil, and water during dry spells.

Pruning is simple: in mid spring, after leafing has begun, prune out any dead canes that show no new growth.

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this?
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Like the idea of container gardening in the northeast. First try at this. Time will tell.
Marie S on Apr 19, 2016
Purchased this last year. No berries yet, the plant is growing fast. Hopefully berries this summer!
Barbara J G on Apr 14, 2016
Like the idea of container gardening in the northeast. First try at this. Time will tell.
Marie S on Apr 19, 2016
Love raspberries but have only small space available to grow so patio possibility was ideal!
Ron B on Apr 14, 2016
Purchased this last year. No berries yet, the plant is growing fast. Hopefully berries this summer!
Barbara J G on Apr 14, 2016
redid yard and thought if i'm going to plant bushes i may as well plant ones that will give back fruit
Katherin K on Apr 14, 2016
The information provided said this plant does will in containers. Fresh raspberries grown on my patio = perfect for me!
Lavon B on Apr 11, 2016
I chose these bushes due to their compact space and abundance of berries. I hope they will grow awesome.
Shannon C on Apr 6, 2016
I already have 1 and love it would like a pair
Kathy H on Apr 3, 2016
Sounds yummy!
Stacey R on Apr 3, 2016
Because they are thornless and very sweet according to your info...
Maria B on Mar 27, 2016
love berries and these are quite healthy
linda r on Mar 25, 2016
Because I am torn between becoming a raspberry, lime, lemon or avocado farmer!! So I am buying a variety!!!
Joseph R on Mar 16, 2016
So unique, love the compact size, edible option, and beauty of this plant
Ashley C on Mar 1, 2016
I Love Raspberries. But the native ones here are scattered about. hard to find, hard to check for ripeness, and hard to pick. This will be potted and close to the house. Easy to check and care for.
George C on Jan 31, 2016
I like trying new things
Debbie C on Jan 7, 2016
grows as a bush
Richard F on Nov 16, 2015
I can not wait to try this bush! I love raspberries but having small kids I don't want thorns in the garden that can pinch little fingers.
Patricia P on Nov 3, 2015
The name is so interesting so I decided to try this bush.
Linda D on Sep 17, 2015
I love the possibility of having berries growing on the deck...I picked wild dewberries all summer when I was a kid and I would love for my son to have a similar experience...although not wild, I like the idea of him going to the backyard and "stealing" berries for a snack.
Julia P on Sep 8, 2015
I picked this item because red is my favorite color and I am going to use the berries to make smoothies. I also like the look of the plant in the photo and I hope mine plant will mature as beautiful.
Janice A on Aug 21, 2015
Love raspberries but have only small space available to grow so patio possibility was ideal!
Ron B on Apr 14, 2016
redid yard and thought if i'm going to plant bushes i may as well plant ones that will give back fruit
Katherin K on Apr 14, 2016
Do I have to bring my pot in could I just cover it ?
Bev C on Sep 26, 2014
do I have to have two to polinate ?
Bob D on Apr 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You do not need another bush to pollinate, however, berries do work best in three's and will be more prolific.
Is this plant Gogi plant winter hardy in Ontario Canada? We just bought this plant October 2014.
There are no growing or care instructions with it.
A shopper on Oct 15, 2014
I live in zone 4, if I put the raspberry shortcake in a pot, how do I take care of this plant in winter when I bring it inside?
A shopper on Jun 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: First of all let me say we live in Zone 6 and planted our two Brazelberry Raspberry Shortcakes in the ground. We fertilized them when we planted them. Our bushes haven't produced any fruit yet. We had a colder than normal winter here and a very late spring. Now we have been having a lot of rain. The bushes are growing well now, but still not over 1-2 ft tall. I can suggest for you to keep your bushes indoors late in the fall and winter and feed monthly. They also should have indirect lighting. Good Luck!
Can this plant be left outside for the winter in Zone 6?
Angie R on May 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes this plant is recommended for zones 5-9 so it can withstand the winters in your area.
I plan on putting this in my sun porch in S.W. Florida. What size pot do you recommend?
Denni K on Feb 13, 2015
I live I zone 9 in southerncalifornia. How often should I water my raspberry shortcake bush?
Debbie R on Feb 25, 2015
Bought two of these at garden show, neither produced fruit this year. should we cut the canes back or leave the bush as is?
Judy S on Sep 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Ours did not really have fruit the first year either, AND this year was not a good year for yields of any kind, so we wait for next year to get our answer !
Is this an evergreen plant? I live in zone 7, and I am looking for plants that look nice year around.
Ericka on Mar 26, 2015
How big was this plant when it arrived? Is it just the cane or is it more established when shipped?
Ame E on Mar 13, 2016
Mine is producing fruit, but the canes are growing sideways and down (drooping to the ground). Does not seem right for this bush. Any ideas? I have tried a tomato cage, but they really do not like it at all.
Scott C on May 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I haven't had that problem but we have separated it into 4 bushes over the two years. The harvest on the original bush looks to be wonderful this year.
what does this berry do for you --- healthwise?
BJ S on Feb 25, 2015
I planted mine in containers and they look like they are dying from the soil level up. What kind of soil is best? They are in a well draining mixture...pine bark, perlite, peat moss.
Jennifer P on Aug 20, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You might try to take out the pine bark and some of the peat moss. You need to have more "dirt" in the pot. Add compost to some of the peat moss. The mixture you are using may be too dry and not holding water. Also you need to feed these bushes monthly. Check with a local greenhouse for the correct one to feed raspberries. Also the pot size should be big enough so the roots have room to grow. As these brazelberries are in a pot, make sure to water enough but not over-water them. Hope this helps!
Something is eating my leaves. They look like lace and the plant is dying. What could be doing this?
Dana P on Aug 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Sounds like you have Japanese beetles!!! These bugs love raspberry bushes, basil plants and a lot of other plants. Check out the internet. We had these really bad a few summers ago and had to put out traps to lure them. If you find just a few on your plants, you can pick them off and put them into a container with dish soap and water to kill them. These beetles are kind of pretty and are large enough to see and handle. Good luck.
Can blueberry and raspberry plants be cross pollinated, or do you need to buy two of each?
Peggy T on Jul 11, 2015
The rule of thumb is that you buy at least 3 or more of each type of fruit to ensure proper pollination.

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