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Rubus Idaeus Tulameen Raspberry

Rubus Idaeus Tulameen a fabulous choice for Raspberries, virtually spine free and masses of delicious fruit a must for the fruiting garden, buy UK.
Rubus Idaeus Tulameen Raspberry
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£50-£350 £34.95
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Isle of Wight £95

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Available Sizes to buy online All Prices Include VAT
Height Excluding Pot:
200-250cm (6ft 6-8ft 2)

Plant shape: 1 Cane
Pot size: 20 Litres
Plant ID: 6491
Price: £90.00
30% Discount £63.00
Discount applied to orders over £350 (excl delivery)
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Height Excluding Pot:
175-200cm (5ft 8-6ft 6)

Pot size: 20 Litres
Plant ID: 3560
Price: £85.50
30% Discount £59.85
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AGM plants have been through a rigorous trial and assessment programme by the RHS and are deemed:
         Excellent for ordinary use in appropriate conditions/Available to buy/Of good constitution/Essentially stable in form & colour/Reasonably resistant to pests & diseases

Rubus Idaeus Tulameen or Raspberry Tulameen
Rubus Idaeus Tulameen, also called Raspberry Tulameen, is a late-season deciduous raspberry cane. It produces upright, spine-free canes and offers a very high yield of well-flavoured raspberries. The berry crop production spans a long season. White flowers in spring. All in all, an ecellent performer so no surprise it the coveted Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit (AGM). 

It grows best when planted in acidic to neutral soil conditions. For best growth, mulch with acidic bark mulch to maintain the soil’s pH at optimum levels of pH 6.5-6.7 for vigorous growth and ample berry production. The Rubus Idaeus Tulameen prefers a site that is moisture-retentive but not overly waterlogged. It should be rich in organic matter and highly fertile for maximum crop yields. Choose a planting site that features filtered sunlight. It will grow in light shade but will not produce as many berries in such a location. In early March, the Raspberry Tulameen benefits from an application of a general slow-release fertilizer. Blood and bone meal are also ideal. After fertilizing, apply an organic mulch around the base of the canes. 

Keep the soil moist around Rubus Idaeus Tulameen. Keeping the soil evenly moist during fruit set and development will help improve the harvest yield. For best results, you should water using drip irrigation or a soaker hose to keep the foliage, flowers, and fruit from becoming wet which can cause disease or fungal infections to occur. 

Ideally, plant Raspberry Tulameen between November and March. They should be planted in rows with wire or a post for support. Space each Rubus Tulameen plant 45 to 60 centimeters apart. Space each row 1.8 metres apart. Avoid planting the roots too deep. The roots should be no more than 5 centimeters from the soil’s surface. Single plants can be grown in containers. 

Cut the canes back to ground level in February. During the summer months, if the canes of the Raspberry Tulameen become overcrowded you can prune back a few of the canes to afford the plant adequate growth room. Any suckers that should start growing away from the main canes need to be promptly removed to maintain the raspberry canes form. 

If you are seeking a high yielding raspberry plant with robust, flavourful berries then the Rubus Idaeus Tulameen is ideal. It thrives with very little care and produces berries for an extended period each autumn. Lots more edible fruits in fruiting trees and plants


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