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The Cumberland black raspberry plant produces large, juicy and firm thin-skinned berries with very few seeds. One of the classic black raspberries that is known as the Cumberland was introduced to berry growers in 1896. Even though the Cumberland black raspberry bushes originated in the Northern state of Pennsylvania, it is grown also in much further Southern locations, especially Tenn, Ky and VA. The shiny black raspberries should be picked and eaten or quickly refrigerated, since the shelf life is shorter in blacks than in red raspberries, and the berries are early ripening in mid-season, and the berries are medium in size.

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3 of 5 half survived July 15, 2020
Reviewer: Michael K. from Boardman, OH United States  
After over a Month of watering daily, only 1 of the 2 plants have grown buds and is growing, The other is just a dead stick in the ground.

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5 of 5 Cumberland May 29, 2020
Reviewer: Suz S from MI United States  
Wonderful plants

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5 of 5 3yr fruiting plants April 28, 2020
Reviewer: Matthew Gaither from WALNUT COVE, NC United States  
Just recieved and planted a few days ago. Plant looked healthy and well intact now waiting to see them sprout and take off.

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3 of 5 Cumberland black raspberry April 23, 2020
Reviewer: Sharon Norris from Weyers Cave, VA United States  
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2 of 5 damaged box April 15, 2020
Reviewer: Ashley Kyber from Pittsburgh, PA United States  
When I opened the box there were branches damaged. I am concerned with survival.

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