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Black Cap Raspberry
Rubus occidentalis
Rosaceae

White Swish

White flowers on arching thorny canes from May to June give rise to fantastically delicious black raspberries in early summer, new cane growth has a blue-ish cast and produce fruit the second year, large mostly trifoliate leaves, spreads by tip rooting & seed, attracts native & honey bees, important wildlife food, tolerates acid soil.

Average To Moist
Sun To Part Shade
4-6 tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-8b
Woody Shrub
Deer resistant

Other names: Black Raspberry

Native Range: NB through s. ON, south to GA and OK

Germination - Difficult: 3 months Warm then 3 months Cold Stratification. Needs warm soil to germinate. May take multiple years

Black Cap Raspberry in a Quart pot $20.75
Black Cap Raspberry in a Gallon pot $25.75
Black Cap Raspberry Seed Packet $4.00
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