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STRAWBERRIES AND RASPBERRIES

I HAVE SEVERAL RAISED GARDEN BEDS. ONE IS FOR STRAWBERRIES AND ANOTHER FOR RASPBERRIES.

CAN I PLANT TWO VARITIES OF STRAWBERRIES IN THE SAME BED?

CAN I PLANT BLACK CAP RASPBERRIES AND REGULAR RASPBERRIES IN THE SAME RAISED BED?


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#1 Comment By chavez1961 On 06/04/2017 @ 2:18 am

Yes you can. Just make sure to prune the black raspberries differently than the red. The black grow from the previous years canes. They should be pruned up to 3 times a year. If they have long thick shoots or suckers, prune them way back. Those stems do not produce fruit. Once you harvest some fruit, prune those stems back about a 12 inches above a node. You will get more fruit in its place. Good luck


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