Harvest plump, juicy raspberries from smooth, spine-free canes. Already one of the easiest berry plants to grow, thornless raspberries have all the flavor and appeal of their thorned relatives. Excellent for freezing , cooking and dessert.
Plant in a well drained fertile soil. Add moistened peat moss to the planting area as raspberries like their soil to be a bit acidic. Water regularly as the plants are establishing in the first year. Second year canes should produce some fruit but you will not see a noticeable crop until the third year on.