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Heritage Red Raspberry

Will Ship Spring 2024

Plant Type: Dormant, bare-root

Zones:  4-8

Soil Type:  Clay, Loamy & Sandy Soils

Site Selection: Full Sun

Mature Height & Width:  5-6' Height and 5-6' Spread

Growth Rate:  Fast - 12-24" or more per year once established

Moisture Requirements: Average

Plant Characteristics
POLLINATORS
EDIBLES
FLOWERING
FRUIT
4-8

Heritage Red Raspberry - Everbearing

Rubus idaeus 'Heritage'

The Heritage Red Raspberry is an everbearing variety, producing a moderate crop in July and a heavy crop in August until frost arrives. This popular self pollinating variety has large dark red berries. The firm berries are excellent for eating out of hand, making jams & jellies and can be both frozen or canned. Canes on the Heritage are strong and do not require any staking or support. This raspberry plant will grow in a variety of soil types, but prefers fertile soil. Amending your soil with organic material is recommended for lower nutrient areas. Be sure to plant in a well drained but moist location, or provide 1-2" of water to the root zone weekly for best growing results.

TIPS: Plant more that one Heritage Red Raspberry plant for a larger crop yield. While you may see a handful of berries the first growing season, yield will be greater in the 2nd growing season, with plants typically reaching full production in 3 - 4 years. Spacing of 24" to 36"  is recommended. If planting in rows, plant 24" to 36" down each row and rows should be spaced 6' apart. 

Product Questions

I am interested in the Heritage raspberries. When do you ship?
Question by: David Kinyon on Feb 12, 2021, 3:21 PM
We exclusive ship in the Spring typically from April through early June.
Answer by: Chief River Nursery on Feb 12, 2021, 3:28 PM
Can I plant Heritage Red Raspberries in a container?
Question by: Alina on May 27, 2022, 12:28 AM
We do not recommend planting the bareroot stock in containers. The plants will do best planted directly in the ground. We will not guarantee plants put in containers.

Answer by: Chief River Nursery on May 27, 2022, 8:28 AM