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Dorman Red is a good raspberry for the Deep South. If you live in that region and have not realized it yet (often the hard way), red raspberries won’t survive and produce in the Deep South. It’s too hot and sunny. But, wait, there’s a solution! It’s Dorman Red. Produces good quantities of large, juicy, bright red fruit has a nice fresh berry flavor and can be frozen. Perhaps best used as a jelly or jam and to make pies with. Heat, drought and disease resistant. Ripens mid-June. Dorman Red has a trailing habit that is helped by a simple trellis, making it more manageable and the berries easier to pick. This one will succeed for you in the Deep South where most other raspberries will utterly fail.
Uses: Fresh eating, good for pies, jams, cobblers and possibly wine.
RESISTANT TO: Intense heat, root rot, anthracnose, berry molds, SWD flies (early crop), cold and frosts.
Pollination: Self Pollinating
Plant Size: 1-2′ FT Tall Bare-Root Plant, 2 Plant Bundle
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