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New orders will begin shipping the week of 5/22; orders containing Bareroot plants will ship by the end of May.
New orders will begin shipping the week of 5/22; orders containing Bareroot plants will ship by the end of May.

Tulameen Raspberry Bundle (5 plants)

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Original price $39.95
Original price $39.95 - Original price $39.95
Original price $39.95
Current price $33.95
$33.95 - $33.95
Current price $33.95

Start your berry patch in style and save with this 5-pack bundle of Tulameen raspberries!

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: 2YR Bareroot


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
john t.
Tulameen canes

Haven't had good luck with planting raspberry canes in the past but I thought I'd give it another shot because it's a Raintree product. They were all very good size canes that arrived when they said it would. ALL of them have sprouted and and are doing excellent . Looking forward for fruit soon. Thanks Raintree.

Jean U.
Bare root Tulameen raspberries

I planted them using the video you provided. Now waiting to see some signs of life.

Tulameen raspberries

I got one start of these from Raintree over 20 yrs ago. It rapidly grew and spread to give me about a 20’ hedge of plants within 2-3 years. When fruiting I can pick a flat a day for a couple weeks - total fruit bearing time about 3-4 weeks starting in July (in PNW). Very large berries with wonderful mild sweet flavor (not tart like some). Very prone to running - usually south or towards best sunlight but I planted them behind a stone wall which usually contained them. Usually. Minimal fine thorns - not enough to give splinters, etc. Freeze well and also make wonderful jam which I make for friends as gifts (with repeat requests for more). Runners are usually controllable by just pulling from unwanted areas, or I use to repopulate my patch when parent plants get too old and crowns too woody. Have moved twice and always take some plants with me to new garden! Love them!