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The black raspberries around me turned out rather small with the recent dry weather. But the golden raspberries look real good!



 

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Ours here in Susquehanna County were exceptionally good this year. They taste like drops of honey. There will be a second crop in a month or so.
 

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Ours here in Susquehanna County were exceptionally good this year. They taste like drops of honey. There will be a second crop in a month or so.
Yep, they are turning out really well this year despite the recent dry weather. My second crop will show up around the end of August and last until the first frost at the end of September or early October.
 

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Fleroo said:
Wild or did you plant them ? I have never seen Golden's in the wild.
I bought 2 plants about 8 years ago and planted them by the shed. Then they started spreading like......weeds!
 
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