Rubus idaeus = MALINY

Rubus idaeus = MALINY
Rubus idaeus = MALINY 
raspberry
SIZE/TYPE medium-sized shrub
USUAL HEIGHT 1-2m
USUAL WIDTH 1-2m
LEAVES deciduous broadleaf
COLOUR OF LEAVES green
FLOWERS less showy but noticeable
COLOUR OF FLOWERS white
BLOOMING TIME June - August
LOCATION full to partial sun
USDA zone (lowest) 3   (down to -40°C)
WINTER PROTECTION  
FOR ZONE 5+6 Code of winter protection zone 5+6
FOR ZONE 7 Code of winter protection zone 7
BELONGS TO CATEGORIES Fruit trees
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CULTIVATION

Raspberries need fertile, well-drained but preferably moist soil in full sun or part shade. The produce long canes which need one year to harden up, and only the following year set flowers and fruit. Stake long canes to a horizontal support to make harvesting easier. They like to spread so root barrier is a good idea. Fully hardy to min. -34°C (or more).

Late and remontant varieties can be pruned in two ways:
  • Pruning 1 for two harvests
  • - after you harvest fruit in the first year and leave the canes unpruned, just remove the dry racemes with previous year's flowers and immature fruit (in autumn or early next spring), these canes will produce some fruit early in the season of their second year, usually in June or early July. Then they are too exhausted and need to be removed completely.
  • Pruning 2 for one harvest
  • - if you remove the canes completely after the first harvest, you will encourage growth of new canes from the ground that will have enough strength to produce a lot of fruit on one-year-old canes.
  • Clever trick for easy care and one harvest every year
  • - make two beds with raspberry plants. Plant bed 1 in the first year. When they produce fruit harvest it and mow bed 1 completely. In year 2 plant new raspberry plants in bed 2. And repeat the same system - wait for fruit and after harvest mow the bed completely. Meanwhile canes in bed 1 will mature to produce abundance of fruit. Repeat this method mowing each bed only every other year and you will always have plenty of raspberries.

    VARIETIES

    Idaeus is the botanical species of raspberry producing slightly oval, rich pink-red fruit that is very aromatic, medium sweet, and its juice has a rich colour. It matures in early July is best eaten fresh, either off the bush or in fruit salads or smoothies. It can be canned, frozen, or made into jams.

    Apricot is midseason or twice fruiting variety with apricot orange fruit. They are mid-sized, very sweet without raspberry acidity. Two ways of pruning.

    Autumn Amber® is a Lubera® introduction of late or twice fruiting variety with golden orange fruit. They are mid-sized, very sweet without raspberry acidity. Two ways of pruning.

    Autumn Bliss is a late or twice fruiting variety making delicious red fruit. It is medium-sized to large, sweet and aromatic, fully ripen it has burgundy red colour. Two ways of pruning.

    Black Jewel is a unique variety of raspberry with deep burgundy purple, almost black fruit. It has excellent, typical raspberry flavour, just a little stronger compared to wild raspberry. The canes grow fast about 1.2m tall.

    Fallgold is a late or twice fruiting variety of red raspberry. The fruit is light golden-yellow and has excellent, super sweet taste. Two ways of pruning.

    Golden Everest is a variety with yellow fruit. It is large, aromatic and very sweet. Fruit is made in one-year old wood and ripens from early August and continues until autumn.

    Heritage is an old American late or twice fruiting variety with small to mid-sized, red fruit of excellent taste. It produces strong, robust, upright canes, easy to harvest. Two ways of pruning. Second crop lasts from August until October.

    Himbo Top® is a popular variety which bears fruit all summer long until early autumn. The fruit is large, red, sweet and aromatic. It produces fruit on new canes so cut back all stems to the ground in November.

    LITTLE RED PRINCESS® is a compact or almost dwarf variety with about 1m long canes. Thanks to limited size it is ideal for growing in pots on patios and balconies if you don't have a garden. Fruit is large, red, and appears on last year's as well as this year's canes.

    Malling Promise is one of the first to fruit in early summer. It produces masses of rosy red raspberries in June and July. The fruit is firm, aromatic, medium sweet. It will thrive in poor soils. Disease resistant.

    Schönemann is a late variety with very good and sweet fruit and excellent yield. The berries are said to be large but we rate them as mid-sized, and they mature from late August until the first frosts. one of the first to fruit in early summer. It grows fast and makes strong, upright canes.

    Tulameen is possibly the most wide-spread commercially cultivated red-fruit variety of today. It makes large, conical, firm, juicy, and sweet fruit with extended shelf life and better resistance to disease. It originated in Canada and was introduced in 1990.

    Twotimer® Sugana® is a Lubera® introduction of late or twice fruiting variety with red berries. They are extra-large, almost twice the size of a one-euro coin, very tasty and firm. It grows fast and produces robust, upright canes. Two ways of pruning.

    Twotimer® Yellow Sugana® is a Lubera® introduction of late or twice fruiting variety with yellow berries. They are extra-large, almost twice the size of a one-euro coin, very tasty and firm. It grows fast and produces robust, upright canes. Two ways of pruning.

    Zeva II is a medium early variety maturing from late June until late July. It produces rather chubby, red fruit of great quality in good soil – this variety requires more moisture than others, and hot June for high yield. In bad weather the crop is average. Origin: Switzerland.

    Last update 06-02-2010; 12-02-2011; 22-01-2013; 01-03-2018; 14-02-2022
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    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Heritage BIO - červené dvakrát plodící
    HOBBY
    CHLUMEC BY POST
    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Malling Promise - červené
    HOBBY
    PRAGUE BY POST
    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Zeva červená stáleplodící
    HOBBY
    PRAGUE BY POST
    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Fallgold - žluté
    HOBBY
    CHLUMEC BY POST
    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Fallgold - žluté
    HOBBY
    PRAGUE BY POST
    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Sugana BIO - červené dvakrát plodící
    HOBBY
    PRAGUE BY POST
    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Autumn Amber BIO - oranžové beztrnné
    De Luxe
    CHLUMEC BY POST
    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Autumn Amber BIO - oranžové beztrnné
    De Luxe
    PRAGUE BY POST
    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Heritage - červené
    STANDARD
    PRAGUE BY CAR
    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Raspberry Shortcake - beztrnný zakrslý červený
    De Luxe
    CHLUMEC BY POST
    Rubus idaeus = MALINY Raspberry Shortcake - beztrnný zakrslý červený
    De Luxe
    PRAGUE BY POST

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