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I removed all the plants where I had them growing. I saved a few nicely rooted pieces instead of composting them all. These will give you a very nice raspberry patch for years to come. I'm not sure of the variety. These berries are very large, sweet, and deep in color (possibly black raspberries) All I know is they are prolific and the berries taste REALLY good.
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Whoa, I didn't even think about offering my raspberry plants. I've loads that I'll be thinning and I'll be happy to send them for postage too. Looks like Kim & I have different varieties as mine are all red and the berries are 'average' sized. They grow just fine in full morning to noonday sun then dappled light later. They are originally from a garden in Alaska, so they are definitely hardy! Prolific producer and the bushes will propagate on their own if you are looking to fill in some space. The deer aren't interested because of the prickles, and the bees and butterflies love the flowers! I'll send some one-year canes so they should give you a few berries next year. Same postage as Kim so treat yourself to a variety!