Native New England Raspberry


Rubus idaeus. The native, wild form of the domesticated raspberry. Hardy to zone 2 at least.

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Rubus idaeus. This native of North America is the source of developed domestic varieties. The wild form is typically much richer in flavor, though often less productive. Being extremely cold hardy it can grow up into the arctic circle. Seed and cutting source is Northeastern Vermont US climatic zone 3.

Beneficial for those in professional or hobby breeding work, or in establishing cheap extensive plantings for home fruit use or wildlife. Leaves are used in teas. Edible fruit is red, juicy and very sweet.


A single order contains 10 plants

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Weight 1 lbs
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