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Autumn Bliss Raspberry Plant



 
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It's easy to pick a handful of red raspberries from the Autumn Bliss raspberry bush cultivar, since the fruit occurs in large closely crowded raspberry clusters that easily separate into individual berries from the terminal twig, throughout the erect stems of the plant. Home gardeners love the intense flavor of these red berries with a sweet floral aroma from raspberries that roll off into your hand from the stems of the Autumn Bliss red raspberry plants. This red raspberry is a popular bush to plant in a pick-your-own farm operation, because of the bright red coloring and the sweet overripe, flavor when these firm raspberries are fully ripe.

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April 21, 2019
Reviewer: David Sapiro from King George, VA United States  


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Autumn Bliss Raspberry Plant March 28, 2019
Reviewer: Marty Grossman from St. George, UT United States  
Plants look alive, as opposed to Dorman that I bought last year, and none survived.

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Small plant but lots of shoots and roots March 23, 2019
Reviewer: Steve Dombrowski from new smyrna beach, FL United States  
They look good.  Have them planted. They came in good shap and well packed

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