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Raspberry plants are easy to grow in most of the United States, and Aaron's farm experts can suggest what raspberry bush cultivars will grow best in your area.  New raspberry cultivars such as Heritage and Dorman red raspberries are recommended for the Southern States, such as Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi.  Black raspberry plants grow better in more Northern States, such as Maryland, Illinois and Missouri.

Baba Raspberry Plant Black Hawk Black Raspberry Plant Boyne Raspberry Plant Brandywine Purple Raspberry Plant Cumberland Black Raspberry Plant
Baba Raspberry Plant Black Hawk Raspberry Plant Boyne Raspberry Plant Brandywine Raspberry Plant Cumberland Raspberry Plant
USDA Zones 4-8
Red Raspberry


USDA Zones 3-8
Black Raspberry
USDA Zones 4-8
Red Raspberry
USDA Zones 4-9
Purple Raspberry
USDA Zones 3-8
Black Raspberry
Dorman Raspberry Plant Fall Gold Raspberry Plant Heritage Raspberry Plant Latham Raspberry Plant September Raspberry Plant
Dorman Raspberry Plant Fall Gold Raspberry Plant Heritage Raspberry Plant Latham Raspberry Plant September Raspberry Plant
USDA Zones 5-9
Red Raspberry
USDA Zones 5-7
Yellow Raspberry
USDA Zones 5-8
Red Raspberry
USDA Zones 2-7
Red Raspberry
USDA Zones 4-7
Red Raspberry
Latham Raspberry Plant
Boyne Red Raspberry Plant
Fall Gold Raspberry Plant
Ripening in mid to late June and thriving in USDA Zones 2-7, is the Latham Red Raspberry; a great cold hardy variety of Red Raspberry for backyard planting. This plant needs to avoid humid summers and other than that, enjoy your raspberries in June and July. A variety that requires a few less chill hours is the Boyne Red Raspberry. Here at Aaron's Farm in Georgia, we're able to grow these plants from year to year, and they are absolutely delicious. If you're hoping to plant something a bit more exotic with a different appearance, the Fall Gold Raspberry is your best bet. It's delicious and very cold hardy, surviving temperatures as low as -10F. Don't waste any more time, just plant these wonderful plants in your backyard garden today!

Most people don't know that raspberries come in all different shapes, colors, and sizes. Not only that, most gardeners don't understand that many different varieties grow in different areas all over the country. Call Aaron's Farm today and find out which variety of Raspberry will grow best in your backyard garden.