How far apart should raspberry plants be planted?

Answer Plant canes in rows that are 18 to 24 inches apart.

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How do i dig up raspberry plants?

DiggingThe raspberry bush is composed of prickly canes and can be dug up with a shovel. You'll need to wear gloves and avoid direct contact with the plant's sharp spikes. Raspberry plant roots can ... Read More »

Types of Raspberry Plants?

The raspberry plant belongs to the genus Rubus. There are more than 200 species of raspberry plants, according to the website Nature Hills Nursery. Raspberry plants are most known for the sweet fru... Read More »

Washington Raspberry Plants?

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How do I replant red raspberry plants?

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