Raspberry Plants are native wild bushes that grew wild in early Colonial America, and those species from the wild have been brought into the laboratory by researchers to produce new, outstanding, hybrid raspberry cultivars of red, black, gold and wine colors. Scientists at Cornell University at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station have introduced many hybrid raspberries with excellent flavors, berry size and extended shelf life to be propagated by U.S Nurseries. The new hybrid everbearing raspberry bushes are today a favorite in berry gardens, because of the early spring crops that are followed by another plentiful harvest in the fall.
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Everlasting raspberry bushes are a favorite in berry gardens because of spring crops followed by another harvest in the fall.
Raspberries bushes are native plants to the U.S. Gold or yellow raspberry plants have been developed from mutations of red raspberry cultivars, and purple raspberries are a mutation hybrid evolved from black raspberry bushes.
Raspberry Bushes are available in many colors including red, black, gold and purple. For optimal crops, Raspberry bushes should be planted in full sun and be given plenty of water.