Raspberry Mini Me produces light red juicy berries with sweet raspberry flavour. A dwarf raspberry that is self fertile, with a round compact habit that is thornless and ideal for containers on the deck or patio, growing to a size roughly 60cm x 60cm.
In early spring new sprouts will begin to develop from the soil; eventually new growth should also appear on pre-existing canes (stems). Make sure to leave all new growth—whether it’s growing from the ground or on existing stems—intact. The new canes that sprout from the ground will not fruit until the next year. The old canes, on the other hand, should produce berries this summer. You should cut off only any truly dead stems—those that show no signs of new growth after the rest of the bush has leafed out. Dead canes can be removed at ground level.
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