Raspberries for sale - $5 (Wasilla)

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Various raspberry plants for sale. I have raspberries (golden, black and red). And on occasion or by special order - horseradish and rhubarb.

Golden Rasp.
Multi-stalk - $ 18
Single stalk - $ 15
Starts - $ 5 and 7
Black Rasp.
(Bare root, potted) $12
5 for $50

Red Rasp.
Multi-stalk - $ 15
Single stalk - $ 12
5 for $50
Starts - $ 5 and 7

Other raspberries (the larger ones more mature plants) are priced as marked.

Horse Radish - $ 12
Rhubarb - $ price as marked
(limited numbers of these)

Text or call (785) 320-3 two six 4 for questions and availability or requests. KGB (mile 3) area of Wasilla.

If you are wondering about golden raspberries (Honey Queen and Double Golden), they are larger, are in season longer and later in the year.

They tend to be sweeter and easy to eat right off the bush. I use them in jelly, fruit roll ups, as a snack while outside, in pies, in waffles and in protein shakes. When I do eat the red ones, I stick them in golden ones (because they are so large) and then have a uniquely flavored snack!!

Although I do favor the black overall because I am a blackberry fan! Last year was the first year I planted some. I had so much success I figured I would sell those also.

I began experimenting with the black because all my blackberry plants (from a local major box store) died the first year. The plant varieties I currently carry have survived a winter and even fruited their first year! They are currently potted and greening up nicely.

The black varieties (chose from Bristol, Jewel and Blackhawk). They are a good alternative to blackberries which have a hard time growing here.

The family prefers the golden as do the beer brewing neighbors! Sometimes I toss them to the chickens - The chickens love all types and have no real opinion on the matter.

But let that not dissuade you from getting red or black, for they are very good and extremely hardy, growing to over seven feet tall. (last pic shows a six-foot golden and a seven-foot red) But I suggest a combination of the three. That way, you can experiment for yourselves.

Let me know what you are looking for and I will do my best to provide you with it.

VETS/1st responders discount 20%. This is any VET, past or present, or retired.

If you have made it this far you are interested, so what are you waiting for?

I will not sell a plant that is not in a condition that I would want it - and may, because of that, have limited availability. I will do my best to ensure that what you want is available in a timely manner and is a product you enjoy eating and sharing for decades to come.

Contact me for a specific order and I can fill it for you.

Thanks for looking and have a great day. See less

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