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The Latham raspberry plants were first cultivated as a hybrid selections in 1920 in Minnesota, and predictably this raspberry bush is very cold hardy, reaching the extreme Northern
States requirement for cold Winter temperatures. The berries of the Latham raspberry plant ripen in mid-season, and then continue to ripen for long periods during the raspberry season. The full-flavored, aromatic Latham raspberry plants are  upright, highly productive plants, and are extremely frost-proof. They ripen evenly during the last days of June and early July with a three week extended period of maturation. The berry is extremely flavorful being intensely sweet when fully ripe, and the berries are of medium size. The canes of the Latham raspberry plants are almost thornless, and the large berries grow in tight crowded clusters.

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Latham raspberry June 22, 2016
Reviewer: Sigmond Johnson from Flemington, NJ United States  
Same as above.

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Correct delivery June 14, 2016
Reviewer: Gregor Mauritius from Simpsonville, SC United States  
To early to tell. Plant looks alive

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Nice June 11, 2016
Reviewer: joline arel from easley, SC United States  
Nice plants many dif sized trunks but all show signs of growth

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Nice sized berries June 6, 2016
Reviewer: Joseph Armeanio from MONUMENT, CO United States  
The berries themselves have a nice root system. My only complaint has nothing to do with tyty. The delivery person set the box on the south face of my house on rocks. Sat all day in the hot sun on heated rocks. The contents were dry and all the new growth was fairly wilted when I came home from work. Trying to nurse them back to health. Hopefully I am able to salvage my berries. In terms of size and root development they looked great. Just wish they didn't sit out in the sun all day in a box.

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Review June 6, 2016
Reviewer: Curtis Henschen from Sidney, OH United States  
They look good so far.  The proof is in the fruit.

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