Grow attractive fruit bushes & even trees- in containers! - Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com
You don’t need a lot of space to grow fruit bushes or even fruit trees. New varieties have been developed to be smaller, more compact and more attractive in the landscape, according to Fred Safford, who is in charge of trees and shrubs at Lockwood’s Greenhouses. Safford will discuss how you can grow your own fruit and berries at home in a class at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 19 at Lockwood’s, 4484 Clark Street, Hamburg. He will explain how to...
Raspberry Pruning: Information On How To Prune Raspberry Plants
In order to get the most from your crops, it?s important to practice annual pruning raspberry pruning. So how do you prune raspberry bushes and when? Find out in the article that follows.
How to Grow Raspberries - Planting, Care and Harvest
How to Grow Raspberries - Info on Soil, Location, Water, Mulch. Difference between Summer Bearing and Fall Bearing Raspberries. #raspberries #gardeningtips
The secret to getting your raspberries plants to stay put!
I know you all know exactly what I am talking about. Getting your raspberry patch to STAY where you want it to stay, and not take off sprinting in all different directions is incredibly difficult.
The Best Way to Transplant Raspberry Suckers (and Keep them Alive!)
Every year our raspberry plants send out suckers. These are new growth from the root of the plant, sometimes called runners, and are absolutely FREE new raspberry plants! The trouble is that...
Companion Plants for Raspberries
Companion Plants for Raspberries. Gardening organically involves planting strategically and enlisting Mother Nature instead of pesticides to achieve your best bounty. Companion plants naturally maximize crop production for raspberries, which thrive for about 15 years in the right location. Because of their similarity, ...