Heritage Raspberry

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Heritage Raspberry


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Juicy Berries All Summer Long!

The Heritage Raspberry plant (Rubus idaeus 'Heritage') is a favorite known for producing flavorful, firm, delicious fruit all season long, from approximately July until frost.

This hardy perennial is among the most popular berry plants for home gardeners. It can stay outdoors all year long (it's hardy up to -20 degrees Fahrenheit!), and does great in-ground or in a container. At maturity, it will be about 4- to 8-feet tall and 3- to 6-feet wide (it arrives between 1 and 2 feet tall).

Raspberry plants require support, and this plant arrives already trellised for ease and simplicity. The Heritage Raspberry is self-pollinating, so you'll get fruit with one plant, but keep in mind that more plants = more robust harvests.

Why Heritage Raspberry?

  • "Everbearing" Harvest: This plant will continuously produce fruit throughout it's season, including through the fall, rather than producing one single summer harvest.
  • Fruits This Season: No waiting for the second season for tasty berries — the highly-productive Heritage Raspberry will produce it's first season! 
  • Low Maintenance:  Heritage Raspberry thrives with minimal fuss in a variety of soils, making it perfect for gardeners of all levels.
  • Perfect for Pies, Jams, Canning & Freezing: Heritage Raspberry berries are firm, large, and great for eating fresh AND for canning and freezing, allowing you to enjoy the sweet taste of summer all year long. 
  • Container-Friendly: No yard? No problem. This plant grows great in containers.

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Heritage Raspberry

Heritage Raspberry

Botanical name: Rubus 'Heritage'
Mature Height:
4-8 ft.
Mature Width:
3-6 ft.
Full Sun
Growth Rate:
Container Friendly:
Harvest Time:
July - September
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Growing Zones:
4-8 outdoors
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