Approx. 110 seeds per pack
Wild Raspberries (Rubus sp.) are delicious and can be quite productive if maintained (pruned/ fertilized, etc.) Dainty white blossoms appear in late spring, and small red fruits form in the summer. A favourite for jams, pies, or just for snacking. Raspberry leaf also makes a lovely tea, and is considered a medicine. Suckering habit. Will spread. Keep pruned.
Wet and cold stratification required. Mix seeds with moist substrate (vermiculite, perlite or moss) and place in a plastic bag and refrigerate for 6-8 weeks. Sow seed at soil surface. Do not let seedling dry out while it is establishing.
Sow directly outdoors in late fall to overwinter.