Hope and I were walking up on the plateau pasture the end of September and spied these very late raspberries. We ate them. We ate a lot of them. We should have saved the seeds because those are very late season berries. I do know where they were, I think, so I’ll keep an eye on them and see if they produce this late next year. Normally raspberries are a mid to late summer fruit. It was a pretty good sized patch of about 50′ in diameter. Definitely worth encouraging.
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