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The Canby Raspberry Plant is a thornless raspberry plant that was hybridized for and best fits the Northwest climate, having been introduced as a new raspberry bush cultivar from the State of Oregon. The Canby red raspberry ripens in mid-season into a medium sized berry and can survive the cold winter frost in many Northern States. The Canby raspberry bush ripens this commercially grown raspberries in most areas during late August or early September. This raspberry is large, firm, juicy and bright red with a delicious intense taste and of the highese quality.

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Received promptly and in good, viable condition. April 19, 2018
Reviewer: Robert Denoncourt from SPRING GROVE, PA United States  


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Talk about a straight cain February 19, 2018
Reviewer: alex brotzman from Mena, AR United States  
These came alive and are so cool looking. They came about a foot tall strain as a pencil. They look furry almost looks like they have thorns but its more like hair on it so cool can't wait to see it grow

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Plant 🌱 received Good June 17, 2017
Reviewer: Assem khan from LIBERTYVILLE, IL United States  
But has not taken off yet

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Plants doing good so far May 22, 2017
Reviewer: Gary Hopkins from Old Town, FL United States  
Plants doing good so far, will have to see how they continue to grow and fruit.
These are being planted in Wisconsin

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Healthy April 7, 2017
Reviewer: Morgan clark from Del city, OK United States  
Shes growing

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