Rescued Thornless Raspberry Plant, Fruiting

While one of my rescued thornless raspberry plants seems to have stopped fruiting for the season, one of the other two plants is now fruiting, which is a happy surprise! These rescue plants were not in the best shape when I found them in the clearance bin (with a few dead canes and leaves), so I tempered my expectations that they would start fruiting perhaps in the next season.IMG_3366

After about six weeks convalescing in its new home, it seems to found its vigor and well on its way to producing perhaps a modest quantity of fruit (if the birds don’t get to them first). It is enjoying the full sun of my garden. The third plant I am keeping an eye on. It is producing new leaves (all three are producing new leaves), which is encouraging. I would be very pleased if it, too, produced fruit before the season is done, especially since I’ve sampled the fruit from the first plant, and they’re very sweet and delicious. A great way to start the week!


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