Sunday, August 29, 2010


My raspberries are ready, at least. I cut the canes down every fall, as it seems to encourage more berries to set, but they are later in the year than when you let the canes overwinter.


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George said...

I'll bet the berries taste even better since you had to wait longer for them.

Tracy said...

mmm... all the more joy for the wait! We've just eaten the last of ours. We cut our canes in the fall too--and do get more berries this way. We don't mind the wait, either. Happy Day, Judy ((HUGS))

Gudrun said...

Hallo! :)
Nice picture. Thanks for wisiting my blog.
Have a nice day.

Titania said...

Judy this is one luscious berry! Raspberries are my favorites but this is the berry that does not grow in my garden. I usually buy them frozen from NewZealand. The picture is absolutely perfect.

Quiet Paths said...

Yummy image! I was interested to learn you cut your canes. My raspberries are usually ready by mid-July.


That is for sure a yummy image - and berries!


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