Caroline Raspberry

$14.00$55.00

The Caroline Raspberry will grow almost anywhere, including the South! It’s an everbearing raspberry, which means it will produce one crop in early summer and one crop in the fall. Each bright red berry is large, round, firm and juicy, making them exceptional for jams or reductions swirled into homemade ice cream, or for baking muffins and other sweet treats.

Be sure to give Caroline organic, well-drained, slightly acidic, sandy loam soil to grow, in full sunlight to partial shade. This hardy raspberry is tolerant to root rot; has a high resistance to gray mold and root rot.

Caroline raspberries have  a rich, full, and intense raspberry flavor. Vigorous canes produce huge crops of large, firm raspberries. Caroline raspberry has a larger berry than Heritage and is more productive,

Caroline delivers two bumper crops of sweet, firm red raspberries; first in late June and then from August till frost.

Self-pollinating.Caroline delivers two bumper crops of sweet, firm red raspberries; first in late June (primocane berries) and then from August till frost (floricane berries).

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The Caroline Raspberry will grow almost anywhere, including the South! It’s an everbearing raspberry, which means it will produce one crop in early summer and one crop in the fall. Each bright red berry is large, round, firm and juicy, making them exceptional for jams or reductions swirled into homemade ice cream, or for baking muffins and other sweet treats.

Be sure to give a Caroline raspberry plant organic, well-drained, slightly acidic, sandy loam soil to grow, in full sunlight to partial shade. This hardy raspberry is tolerant to root rot; has a high resistance to gray mold and root rot.

Caroline raspberries have  a rich, full, and intense raspberry flavor. Vigorous canes produce huge crops of large, firm raspberries. Caroline raspberry has a larger berry than Heritage and is more productive,

Caroline delivers two bumper crops of sweet, firm red raspberries; first in late June and then from August till frost.

Self-pollinating.Caroline delivers two bumper crops of sweet, firm red raspberries; first in late June (primocane berries) and then from August till frost (floricane berries).