Where can I purchase thornless raspberry bushes?

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What is the best way to prune raspberry bushes?
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  • Tina Gallagher Tina Gallagher on May 11, 2017
    Stark Brother's Nursery online has been in business for over 200 years. Their prices are reasonable and they have a WIDE selection of plants. Their guarantees are always honored.
  • Bulldog Bulldog on May 11, 2017
    You are looking for canby. Thornless plants google canby raspberries and order online
  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on May 11, 2017
    I just trim off the dead wood each spring when you can see what isn't budding. If you trim the rest of the canes that are budding you will be taking off the potential for a lot of raspberries.
  • Linda Everhart Linda Everhart on May 11, 2017
    you can prune the growing shoots in late july to keep them shorter and it will not hurt their producing capacity for the next year and often make them easier to pick.
    • Susan Susan on May 12, 2017
      By trimming them it also helps them stand up strIght so you don't have to tie them.
  • Inetia Inetia on May 11, 2017
    If you get berries that bear on new growth you won't get thorns if you cut the berries to the ground each winter. There will be little prickles but thorns come from woody stems. If you choose to cut the canes 3 ft above ground in late fall you will have early spring above ground growth from the retained canes that produce an early crop of berries. New canes will soon erupt from the ground that will give you a second later crop. The 3ft canes left to overwinter will have woody priclkes, but they are far from thorns. Cut out all the old canes when they are done bearing to make room for the main crop.
  • Leanne Ferguson Leanne Ferguson on May 12, 2017
    Thank You all for the great information.

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