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Mary starts with ...
Iím interested in planting Raspberries in what I call my ďmini orchardí in my home garden.
Canít find any information regarding the height or width, as I would like to espalier them.
Also do they have vigorous root system that multiplies over time?
Espalier 2x2 mtr frame location is 0.5mtr in front of a colour bond fence with a northwesterly aspect (nice open area with full sun).
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Anonymous says...
Can be up to 6 foot, you don't espalier them, they are trellissed, or they don;t
stand up.
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g.bhorla says...
if anyone can get a hold of a number of plants or cutting let me know thanks
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Mary says...
Thany you Anonymous.
Yes I could use the frame as a trellis to tie them onto. Are you growing them and what variety? Do they have vigorous root system and sucker.
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John says...
yes sucker bad, thats how they grow.

Heriatge, willaimette and chilliwack ex Diggers.
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