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Description of Tadmor Plants & Fruit:
Tadmor raspberry plants crop about 7-10 days later than the traditional late season variety, Tulameen. Crop sizes are between 5-10% heavier than Tulameen and the raspberries are about 10% larger, firm with a strong, fruity flavour. They do not darken after picking. Their texture makes them perfect for slicing and for decorative use on cakes and desserts. It is one of the latest of the summer fruiting (floricane) varieties. Like most modern raspberry plants, Tadmor's canes have very few thorns.
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Characteristics of Tadmor Bushes:
Growing Tadmor Raspberry Plants:
Raspberries are easy to grow, but they do need good conditions: a rich soil that drains well & is kept moist in dry weather, lots of sun and ideally some shelter from strong wind.
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Background Information on Tadmor Raspberry Bushes:
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