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Heritage Raspberry

Heritage Raspberry

No Worries About Disease

Sets big, bright red berries on 1-year stems! Simply mow canes after frost—they'll be back next year with extra-sweet, juicy fruit. Tasty fresh, canned or frozen. Self-pollinating. No. 1, 1-yr. plants. Zones 4-8.
  • Zone 4 - 9
  • Height 4 - 6 feet.
  • Light Requirements Full to partial sun.
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Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Rubus idaeus 'Heritage'
  • Height: 4 - 6 feet.
  • Spacing: 3 feet.
  • Depth: Same as in the nursery.
  • Spread: 5 feet.
  • Sun/Shade: Full to partial sun.
  • Color: White.
  • Foliage: Medium green foliage.
  • Blooms: June - August.
  • Form: Upright.
  • Soil Requirements: Organic, well-drained, slightly acidic, sandy loamy soil.
  • Growth Rate: Moderate to fast growth rate.
  • Pruning: In early Spring before new growth begins, cut the old canes as low to the ground as possible to encourage buds to break from below the soil surface. Remove and discard the canes. Obviously, this approach cannot be performed with Summer-bearing red raspberry cultivars that bear fruit on second-year canes.
  • Size: 1/2 - 3/4 inch.
  • Fruit: Large, dark red berries.
  • Pollinator: Self-pollinating.
  • Yield: Approximately 1 - 2 quarts.
  • Comments :
    No need to wait for fruit with Heritage! This super-productive bush sets big, bright red berries on 1-year stems. The tasty fruit is of excellent quality and good size for canning, freezing and fresh eating. Very productive and dependable; berries appear in profusion at the end of August through October. Hardy and vigorous bush grows 4-6' tall. Self-pollinating: does not need another plant nearby to set fruit. Holds in good condition on plant and after picking. Sweet, mild flavor. Very strong, vigorous, self-supporting canes. Suckers prolifically and spreads rapidly. Fairly tolerant to heavy soils, though susceptible to root rot in poorly drained soils. First crop in early July; second, heavier crop from September to frost. Heavy Fall yields when mowed to ground level in early Spring while still dormant. If heavy soil, add peat moss, dehydrated cow manure or compost. Hold plant in hole, spread roots, plant crown 1 inch below soil, fill 1/2 way; compact soil; complete filling; compact soil; water well. Susceptible to Verticillium Wilt. Do not plant where tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, or peppers have been grown in the past 3 - 4 years. Plant as far away from these vegetables, if growing them also. Can train to trellis. Berries are ready to pick when they separate easily from the stems. Birds will eat berries. RESTRICTED STATES, AE, AK, GU, HI, PR.

Shipping Schedule

All plant items will be shipped to arrive at the proper planting time (depending on climatic conditions) for your area of the country.

We will pack and ship your order based on the following schedule:

Spring 2018 Shipping Schedule
  Zones   Sweet Potatoes Bareroot Roses Tomatoes & Peppers Large Bareroots  Potatoes  Tender Annuals Onion Plants All other Perennials & Potted Plants
1A-4A 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/10 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
4B 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/3 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
5A 5/15 - 6/8 4/3 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/20 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 4/3 - 6/22
5B 5/1 - 6/8 3/20 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 3/20 - 6/22
6A 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/6 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
6B 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 2/27 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
7A 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/20 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
7B 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/13 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
8A & B 4/24 - 6/8 2/20 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/20 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/30 - 5/11 2/20 - 5/25
9A & B 4/24 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
10A & B 4/17 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
Last Order Date 6/4/2018 5/28/2018 5/28/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018
6/11/2018 6/4/2018 5/7/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018

*Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items July through August.

Shipping Notes:
Orders for gift certificates are typically shipped within 5 business days.

Trees and shrubs are kept in the nursery row until fully dormant for optimum stress protection. The type of product you order or the weather in our area or yours may affect the anticipated shipping schedule.

Please note that we cannot ship outside of the 48 contiguous states.

Ratings & Reviews

Write a review
Heritage Raspberry is good in heat too.
Mar 3, 2014  |  
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This raspberry did well in the Texas heat as long as it is watered well. I am impressed by the high yields from early on untilfrost which for us was 5 or 6 months of berries since I did not mow the canes down.


best for northern growers
Apr 16, 2011  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
This berry is highly recommended for northern growing--or anywhere. The care is so simple--no trying to figure out which canes to prune---just cut them all to the ground in late fall or early spring when dormant. The berries are produced on the current year's new growth. They are huge berries, taste wonderful, and produce TONS over a long period, late summer to early fall! And the best part is that they multiply incredibly fast. Each year you can double your patch if you dig the runners. Side note: yes, you can leave the previous year's canes to get a small summer crop as well, but in my experience, it wasn't worth the effort. It is much simpler to just mow 'em all, and wait for the fall crop.

Product Details
  • Botanical Name: Rubus idaeus 'Heritage'
  • Height: 4 - 6 feet.
  • Spacing: 3 feet.
  • Depth: Same as in the nursery.
  • Spread: 5 feet.
  • Sun/Shade: Full to partial sun.
  • Color: White.
  • Foliage: Medium green foliage.
  • Blooms: June - August.
  • Form: Upright.
  • Soil Requirements: Organic, well-drained, slightly acidic, sandy loamy soil.
  • Growth Rate: Moderate to fast growth rate.
  • Pruning: In early Spring before new growth begins, cut the old canes as low to the ground as possible to encourage buds to break from below the soil surface. Remove and discard the canes. Obviously, this approach cannot be performed with Summer-bearing red raspberry cultivars that bear fruit on second-year canes.
  • Size: 1/2 - 3/4 inch.
  • Fruit: Large, dark red berries.
  • Pollinator: Self-pollinating.
  • Yield: Approximately 1 - 2 quarts.
  • Comments :
    No need to wait for fruit with Heritage! This super-productive bush sets big, bright red berries on 1-year stems. The tasty fruit is of excellent quality and good size for canning, freezing and fresh eating. Very productive and dependable; berries appear in profusion at the end of August through October. Hardy and vigorous bush grows 4-6' tall. Self-pollinating: does not need another plant nearby to set fruit. Holds in good condition on plant and after picking. Sweet, mild flavor. Very strong, vigorous, self-supporting canes. Suckers prolifically and spreads rapidly. Fairly tolerant to heavy soils, though susceptible to root rot in poorly drained soils. First crop in early July; second, heavier crop from September to frost. Heavy Fall yields when mowed to ground level in early Spring while still dormant. If heavy soil, add peat moss, dehydrated cow manure or compost. Hold plant in hole, spread roots, plant crown 1 inch below soil, fill 1/2 way; compact soil; complete filling; compact soil; water well. Susceptible to Verticillium Wilt. Do not plant where tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, or peppers have been grown in the past 3 - 4 years. Plant as far away from these vegetables, if growing them also. Can train to trellis. Berries are ready to pick when they separate easily from the stems. Birds will eat berries. RESTRICTED STATES, AE, AK, GU, HI, PR.
Shipping Schedule

All plant items will be shipped to arrive at the proper planting time (depending on climatic conditions) for your area of the country.

We will pack and ship your order based on the following schedule:

All plant items will be shipped to arrive at the proper planting time (depending on climatic conditions) for your area of the country.

We will pack and ship your order based on the following schedule:

Spring 2018 Shipping Schedule
  Zones   Sweet Potatoes Bareroot Roses Tomatoes & Peppers Large Bareroots  Potatoes  Tender Annuals Onion Plants All other Perennials & Potted Plants
1A-4A 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/10 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
4B 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/3 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
5A 5/15 - 6/8 4/3 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/20 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 4/3 - 6/22
5B 5/1 - 6/8 3/20 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 3/20 - 6/22
6A 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/6 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
6B 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 2/27 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
7A 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/20 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
7B 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/13 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
8A & B 4/24 - 6/8 2/20 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/20 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/30 - 5/11 2/20 - 5/25
9A & B 4/24 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
10A & B 4/17 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
Last Order Date 6/4/2018 5/28/2018 5/28/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018
6/11/2018 6/4/2018 5/7/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018

*Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items July through August.

Shipping Notes:
Orders for gift certificates are typically shipped within 5 business days.

Trees and shrubs are kept in the nursery row until fully dormant for optimum stress protection. The type of product you order or the weather in our area or yours may affect the anticipated shipping schedule.

Please note that we cannot ship outside of the 48 contiguous states.

*Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items July through August.

Shipping Notes:
Orders for gift certificates are typically shipped within 5 business days.

Trees and shrubs are kept in the nursery row until fully dormant for optimum stress protection. The type of product you order or the weather in our area or yours may affect the anticipated shipping schedule.

Please note that we cannot ship outside of the 48 contiguous states.

Ratings & Reviews
Write a review
Heritage Raspberry is good in heat too.
Mar 3, 2014  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
This raspberry did well in the Texas heat as long as it is watered well. I am impressed by the high yields from early on untilfrost which for us was 5 or 6 months of berries since I did not mow the canes down.


best for northern growers
Apr 16, 2011  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
This berry is highly recommended for northern growing--or anywhere. The care is so simple--no trying to figure out which canes to prune---just cut them all to the ground in late fall or early spring when dormant. The berries are produced on the current year's new growth. They are huge berries, taste wonderful, and produce TONS over a long period, late summer to early fall! And the best part is that they multiply incredibly fast. Each year you can double your patch if you dig the runners. Side note: yes, you can leave the previous year's canes to get a small summer crop as well, but in my experience, it wasn't worth the effort. It is much simpler to just mow 'em all, and wait for the fall crop.

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