Berries - Raspberry - Cultivation
Raspberries grow on a perennial plant with woody stems that thrives in temperate locations with full sun, well-drained soil, and good air circulation. Typically planted in raised beds with rich soil and organic matter to retain moisture, Raspberries are vigorous growers that require annual pruning to avoid unwanted expansion. Raspberry plants are planted in the spring and begin producing fruit one year after planting. The berries are harvested in the summer through the early winter.