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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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Alive April 24, 2016
Reviewer: Vicki Adams from Mill Hall , PA United States  
Plant is showing signs of being alive

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latham raspberry March 4, 2016
Reviewer: E.Madonna Tuscano from Willoughby, OH United States  
Look great. Very happy with them

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Growing well June 25, 2015
Reviewer: Eddie from Hanson, KY United States  
This plant is holding, but has not shown signs of actual thriving yet. .

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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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plants not sprouting May 11, 2015
Reviewer: Thomas Frentzel from Romeoville, IL United States  
I have 2 plants out of my order that so far did not sprout. The others are looking good.
Why is this?

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