Ask a Question forum: Raspberry varieties

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Name: Henri Sabatini
Inner São Paulo, Southern Bra (Zone 9b)
henrisabatini
Mar 9, 2018 6:56 PM CST
Hello, back to 2016 I've bought some raspberry plants which have been sold to me as Heritage Raspberry Plants.
Although, last year I've planted Heritage raspberries from another nursery and noticed a HUGE difference between them, although the berry weight is exactly the same.
I would like to know if someone could possibly recognize the 2016 variety, and tell me if they are really Heritage raspberries by the photos.
I would be extremely grateful if possible.
The plants in pots are the 2016 variety and the taller and extremely productive are the Heritage ones I've bought last year.
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Name: Sally
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sallyg
Mar 12, 2018 6:55 AM CST
so, the one batch is smaller, and in pots? Could that explain the plants being smaller?
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Name: Henri Sabatini
Inner São Paulo, Southern Bra (Zone 9b)
henrisabatini
Mar 14, 2018 4:45 PM CST
sallyg said:so, the one batch is smaller, and in pots? Could that explain the plants being smaller?

Hello Sallyg, well I am not sure about that because those raspberries that are now in pots had previously been planted in the ground as well, and they have grown about the same size as they are growing now in those pots.
I don't know, it is just really weird. I am going to wait until the ones I've bought as Autumn Bliss produce some fruit and then if there is some difference between the fruits I will be able to know what is going on.
Thanks for answering!

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