Grow Your Own Fresh Fruit!
The ‘September’ Red raspberry bush grows a tart tasting berry that is sure to excite the taste buds for breakfast. It is not unusual for the ‘September’ Red raspberry to ripen in some Southern states as early as August, however, the deep flavor is sharpest in September. A bowlful of ‘September’ Red raspberries will satisfy the hunger of any child. The berries of the ‘September’ Red raspberry are a pleasantly bright red color, and the sweet aroma accents the distinctive taste.
‘September’ Red raspberry bushes will grow in many states and are very cold tolerant to freezing temperatures. The ‘September’ Red raspberry plants are often planted at “pick your own” operations along with ‘Fall Gold’ raspberry bushes and ‘Black Hawk’ raspberries to offer a broad selection of colors. Plant as soon as soil may be worked in the spring. Your plants require 1″ of water per week during the growing season and regular, shallow cultivation.