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Mar 29, My raspberry patch is on my mind this time of year. This pruning everbearing raspberries video will teach you how to prune everbearing raspberries for both. Aug 29, Black and purple raspberries are pruned three times a year: in the spring, summer, and after fruiting.

The first pruning is done in early spring when lateral (side) branches are cut back to 8 to 10 inches in length. The second pruning involves using your finger tips to pinch off the top 2 to 3 inches of the tips of new primocanes during summer.

Nov 30, There are two main categories if raspberry cultivar: Summerbearing and Everbearing. Each has a particular way that it needs to be pruned, and with everbearin. Fortunately, they have a no-fuss pruning regime. It’ll take a good year for your canes to become established.

Deal with all first-year raspberry canes the same way regardless of type. All you need do is tie the canes in at 4-inch intervals along your row and allow them to grow. Mar 25, Raspberries of both summer and fall bearing varieties should be pruned in the winter.

This is because the berry canes are fully dormant during this time, so any pruning will stimulate growth, rather than damaging the current growth pattern.

Raspberries can be pruned any time between November and K. Raspberry can grow in an untamed fashion, so you prune any canes that have grown too tall to manage. Do not prune more than a quarter of the cane because you will reduce the amount of fruit that you will harvest. Wait until spring to start pruning so that you can identify the plants that survived winter. Jan 31, Prune summer fruiting raspberries in the late summer or fall, after the berries have been harvested.

Since these canes bear berries on second year growth, the aim is to prune out only those canes which have fruited this year (floricanes). You will leave this season’s canes (primocanes) in place.

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