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Grow in slightly acidic, well-drained soil with a PH level between 5.6 – 7.0. Full sun or partial shade.

Black raspberries can easily grow 3m in one year and bear fruit in the first season. Our Black raspberry variety has multiple fruit flushes but generally starts fruiting during the middle of the summer season around December and can continue right through winter if not too harsh.
They will thrive in moisture-retentive, fertile, slightly acidic soils, which are well-drained and weed free. They dislike soggy soils and shallow chalky soils. For best results, plant in a sheltered, sunny position; although they will tolerate part shade.

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1 review for BLACK RASPBERRY

  1. Erika Taylor

    Good day
    Will they survive in Newcastle kzn we do get frost here and are they prenial shrub… we want to do hydroponics is that’s okay for the berry plants too please advise

    Many thanks

    • linda

      Hi Erika, I have emailed you with information on our plants, please check your spam folder if you do not receive it.
      Regards Linda

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