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Tulameen Raspberry

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Original price $6.99 - Original price $8.99
Original price
$6.99 - $8.99
Current price $8.99
SKU E3914

This extraordinary introduction from British Columbia produces enormous, light red, aromatic fruit with a wonderful flavor. Besides berries that are 25% bigger than Meeker, Tulameen uniquely extends the summer raspberry season through July and August, producing for up to 50 days. It is a great find for backyard growers who can provide well drained soil.

USDA Zone: 6-9

Grow Height:  5' (Small)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: July

Pollination: Self Fertile

Read our Raspberry Growing Guide

Size: 4" Pot


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Jerry N.
Tulameen Raspberries

The canes were really good this year; larger stems and root systems than last year. These are my favorite raspberries by far. I am having mixed success growing them because good drainage is a problem in my yard. If these berries get wet feet you will get root rot and all is lost. I am going to be building a raised bed with a bottom elevated above the ground. This is the only way to assure proper drainage.

Wayne W.W.
Great Berries

Have grown these for 20+ years now with 3 15 -24 rows in my backyard. The flavor is great and the fruit are large and plentiful. Have only added a few plants since the first planting. Only problems I have had are with red-neck cane bore beetles. The beetles are finally in hand and the plants are really bouncing back fast.

Donalee M.R.
Best Fresh Raspberry for Eating

Many years ago, I went to Raintree Nursery and requested the best eating raspberry to grow in my tiny city lot. They suggested the Tulameen. When I asked how many plants I should buy, they replied, "one." I did buy one. Since then I have shared starts with many neighbors. We love that we are still picking them late into the summer.