This dwarf, super sweet, thornless raspberry works great in containers.
Feed-in spring with an all-purpose fertilizer before new growth has emerged.
Allow plants to go dormant in the winter without pruning.
In early spring, green sprouts will begin to appear
from the soil and on some of the pre-existing canes.
In mid to late spring cut out any canes that don't have any new growth.
The canes with the new growth will produce berries that year.
The new growth from the soil will be the canes for next year's fruit.
Exposure: Full sun to part
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries