Growing Zones: 4-8 outdoors(hardy down to -20℉) 4-8 outdoors
- Mature Height:
- 4-6 ft.
- Mature Width:
- 3-4 ft.
- Full Sun
- Growth Rate:
- Harvest Time:
- June - September
- Year to Bear:
- Can Fruit the 1st Year!
- Botanical Name:
- Rubus occidentalis 'Caroline'
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The Largest and Sweetest Raspberries
Why Caroline Raspberry Bushes?
The Caroline Raspberry is a new raspberry cultivar that was bred to have larger raspberries with stronger resistance to diseases, and the results are amazing. This raspberry fights off common diseases like root rot with ease while producing two abundant harvests of huge raspberries every season.
Even better? Caroline Raspberries are sweeter than the raspberries found in local grocery stores. They’re quickly becoming the top choice for baking into pies, jams and more. And with Caroline Raspberries harvests in the early and late summer, you’ll never run out of berries.
And because it's drought-tolerant and heat resistant, the Caroline Raspberry will continue to thrive without constant care, especially since it’s cold hardy down to -20 degrees. Even the coldest and snowiest winters don’t stop the Caroline Raspberry from supplying you with tons of enormous raspberries.
Why Fast-Growing-Trees.com is Better
Best of all, your Caroline Raspberry grows upwards on its own without the need to be trellised. Its hassle-free, strong silhouette combined with its low-maintenance nature makes it perfect for growing at home.
We've planted, grown and nurtured your Caroline Raspberry with care...now, you reap the rewards of strong production and a large harvest as soon as the first year.
Strength and delicious, amazing production, all in one. The Caroline Raspberry is second to none when it comes to bountiful bushels for your garden. Order yours today!
Caroline Raspberry Bush Pollination
Caroline Raspberry Bushs are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Caroline Raspberry Bush will drastically increase the size of your crop.
Customer Reviews & Photos
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When I initially ordered my raspberries they came to me very sad. I ordered two, one plant looked like it had pests eat most of the leaves while the other was much, much, smaller than I expected with the same issues. Which I found surprising since they sell neem oil as a pest control... Fast Growing Trees sent me new happy raspberry bushes after I shared my concerns. They sent it to me right away, and the new bushes looked gorgeous. I've planted all of them and they are doing great! I think the Root fertilizer (a worth it add on) really helped it get quick growth. While I won't have any berries this year, they look healthy and happy! I'm excited for next year when I'll be able to enjoy fresh raspberries. While the ones they sent me initially was disappointing, they made up for it in a huge way. I would totally order from them again!
We're so sorry to hear how about the condition your initial plants arrived in but so glad that we were given the opportunity to make it right!
WHEN THE 5 PLANTS ARRIVED ONE OF THE PLANTS WAS DAMAGED I TRIED TO PLANT IT BUT IT DIED. THE OTHER FOUR PLANTS ARE DOING GOOD
We are so sorry to hear this! If you haven’t already done so, please forward us some photos. We’re happy to take a look and help!
I have planted it. Time will tell.
They arrived in good shape and seem to be surviving. Everything i have purchased from thiss company has arrived in good shape and done well. If it died it was always my fault or the bad nevada weather.
Everything was fast & easy, the bush arrived healthy and strong. I can’t wait until I start to get raspberries from it.
Planting & Care
1. Planting: Choose a location that offers full sun (6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day) and gives the Raspberries good air circulation. Areas that encounter high winds can pose a threat to the canes and should be avoided. Also, the soil should be nutrient-dense and well-draining.
If possible, plant your Raspberries early in the spring. If you live in a warmer area of the country, plant in late winter.
Dig a hole that provides enough room for the roots to spread out. For multiple plants, space Raspberries about 3 feet apart, in rows 8 feet apart. A trellis or a fence can provide extra support for growth if needed.
2. Watering: Water your Raspberry Plant weekly - if you're not sure when and how much to water, simply check your surrounding soil. If the surrounding soil is dry about 3 inches down, it's time to water your plant.
3. Fertilizing: You can use compost with a small amount of balanced organic fertilizer, applying late in the winter. It’s also a good idea to spread mulch in the planting area to maintain moisture and discourage weed growth.
4. Pruning: Prune Raspberries in the fall, leaving about 6 of the thickest, strongest green canes. Make sure you cut off any sideways-growing canes.
FGT Tip: If you don’t want to trellis your Raspberries, just let them grow in a slightly arched position so they have ample room as the fruit ripens.
Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately, however we are currently experiencing delays and could take up to 11-14 days from date of purchase. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.
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