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The Cumberland black raspberry plant produces large, juicy and firm thin-skinned berries with very few seeds. One of the classic black raspberries that is known as the "Cumberland"  was introduced to berry growers in 1896. Even though the Cumberland black raspberry bushes originated in the Northern state of Pennsylvania, it is grown also in much further Southern locations, especially Tenn, Ky and VA. The shiny black raspberries should be picked and eaten or quickly refrigerated, since the shelf life is shorter in “blacks” than in red raspberries, and the berries are early ripening in mid-season, and the berries are medium in size.

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2 year old vine - Bearing Size - (Pre-Order for 12-14-15 Shipping) [$3.75]
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Growing well June 25, 2015
Reviewer: Eddie from Hanson, KY United States  
This plant is thriving, but has no flowers yet.

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Cumberland Black Raspberry June 21, 2015
Reviewer: Thomas King from Princeton, WV United States  
10 of the 12 plants have shown life.  Planted about 30 days ago.

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Still a stick June 1, 2015
Reviewer: Dave Pinella from Loveland, OH United States  
packing seemed first class. I'm new to raspberry plants. I bought only 1 plant. It is still a stick after 1.5 weeks... Maybe not enough time and to be honest it's not the most sunny spot. It's the only spot I had really,. It's really too early for a review.

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Product May 20, 2015
Reviewer: Edward from Port Ewen, NY United States  
Looks good should grow. Packing excellent

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Black Raspberry plant May 15, 2015
Reviewer: Melissa Marshall from Grand Prairie, TX United States  
The plant is great it was packaged well and looks to be in great shape.

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