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Looking for some Raspberries (Yellow & Red)

Posted by HappyBallz 9A FL (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 25, 13 at 18:52

Hello,

I was too late to add to my existing order with RainTree Nursery and really don't want to pay crazy shipping charges for new order from different websites.

I would like to get all of the widely available yellow raspberries varieties if possible: Anne Yellow, Double Gold, Fall Gold, Honey Queen, Kiwi Gold, Cascade Gold etc.

For red I would like to try and find : Meeker, Polka, Rosanna

Dose anyone know where I could find all of these from the same place? (yeah I know- I am crazy) Or at least most of the yellow as they are my primary target.
I only need 1 plant of each...I noticed quiet a few places bundle these.

I would definitely consider paying for shipping if someone had these to offer as a cutting.

Thank you!


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RE: Looking for some Raspberries (Yellow & Red)

Have you been to the Norse Farm website? They have great berries.


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RE: Looking for some Raspberries (Yellow & Red)

i think norse only sells in minimums of 5 plants. try berries unlimited, i think they sell individuals and have a good variety (although not sure if all that you are looking for).


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RE: Looking for some Raspberries (Yellow & Red)

you need to look into raspberries zone 9a want make any that looking at they all fail badly. The only raspberry plant fruit in zone 9 is Dorman Red. The heat cook all rest they are trailing.
If you going to plant in another location in High Country disregard.
The link below you read about Dorman Red.

Here is a link that might be useful: Dorman Red raspberry


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RE: Looking for some Raspberries (Yellow & Red)

Yeah I tried all of those and they did not have even majority of what I wanted even if I would purchase 5 or however many they ask.

@gator
I already have dorman, mysore, heritage and fall gold.

I know the gold/yellow varieties are usually not rated to be planted this far south but mine did ok so far; so worth a try even if they die.

Any of you guys have the originally stated varieties? I would like to get cuttings if possible.

Thanks!


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RE: Looking for some Raspberries (Yellow & Red)

What are best varieties for socal?


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