Here is a great late fall question from a D&B Garden Show listener. Q:¬†I need to move some raspberries and blackberries and I was wondering if it is too late. A:¬†September would have been an ideal time to move both of those berries but it’s a little late to be moving them now. I think […]

Is there anything yummier than fresh raspberries on a dish of vanilla ice cream? Raspberries grow easily in the Treasure Valley, but when it comes to pruning, the raspberry plant causes some head scratching.

Understanding how raspberries grow will help. The raspberry plant is a perennial, meaning the roots will live for years, but the canes are biennial, meaning they live for only two years. The first year the cane grows, the second year it fruits