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Glen Prosen Raspberry (Rubus idaeus Glen Prosen)Glen Prosen Raspberry (Rubus idaeus Glen Prosen)

Glen Prosen Raspberry Canes, Mid-Season

Rubus idaeus Glen Prosen

The details

  • Group: Summer Fruiting, Mid-and-Late Season.
  • Exceptional cropping period: Jun-Oct.
  • Thornless
  • Excellent keeper, good for freezing.
  • Recommended for damp regions.
  • RHS Plants for Pollinators
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Description

Glen Prosen Raspberry Bushes: Summer Fruiting, Mid & Late Season

Glen Prosen is a firm favourite due to its long harvest season, from late June to early October in ideal conditions. The fruit quality is good, it parts easily from the stem, and being firm it stores and freezes very well. It performs especially well in damp humid parts of the country where other varieties may struggle with disease. 

As with all the plants in our range of raspberries, these are certified plants grown from virus-tested parent material in the UK.

Features:

  • Group: Summer Fruiting, Mid-and-Late Season.
  • Primocane - crops on last year's stems
  • Exceptional cropping period: Jun-Oct.
  • Thornless
  • Excellent keeper, good for freezing.
  • Recommended for damp regions.
  • RHS Plants for Pollinators

Growing Glen Prosen Raspberries

Raspberries are easy to grow, but they do need good conditions: a rich soil that drains well & is kept moist in dry weather. All raspberries like the sun and the summer fruiting varieties, in particular, are happier with some shelter from strong wind.

Remember to plant raspberries with their roots just under the surface. Deep planting kills them.

Did You Know?

All the raspberries bred by the Scottish Crop Research Institute are named after Scottish Glens: Prosen is one of the Five Glens of Angus.

Please note that in line with general practice, all our raspberries are delivered with last year's growth cut back to 45-60 cm. Summer fruiting raspberries may, therefore, bear a very few berries in summer following planting but their first full fruiting season will be in the year after.

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