Answer: Newly planted raspberries will get off to a better start if they're planted in early spring. When starts are planted in warm soil and exposed to bright sunshine, they'll sprout right away and develop healthy root systems. Wait until this spring and then plant the most vigorous-looking rooted cuttings you can find. Be sure to prepare the planting site well; add compost or other organic matter and dig it in prior to planting your new raspberries. If they're sitting high and dry, they'll be less susceptible to insect and disease problems.
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