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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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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 54 Write a review »

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4 of 5 3 year Latham Raspberry Plants August 4, 2021
Reviewer: Brian Washburn from Canton, NY  
Arrived early and in good condition. Planted immediately as soil was prepared prior to shipping date. Growth has been slow despite following cultural recommendations. 1 of 3 plants did not grow. The plants were purchased to replace an aged late raspberry bed. With the abundant moisture the Northeast has seen the aged raspberry bed has canes exceeding 5 feet. The new Latham growth is barely 1 foot.

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5 of 5 Raspberry June 8, 2021
Reviewer: Jerry from ,  
Same as above.

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5 of 5 June 3, 2021
Reviewer: Dan Hart from , MA  


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5 of 5 Very strong root structure May 26, 2021
Reviewer: Mark from Hebron, CT United States  
Arrived and had a very strong root structure with many of the fine roots still present and undamaged. Thank you TyTy.  Planting in hopes of bringing new life to areas ravaged by the emerald ash borer  beetle.

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5 of 5 May 14, 2021
Reviewer: James Ernst from Hickory, NC United States  
Same as above

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