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Raspberry Canes - Autumn Bliss


In a nutshell....

Autumn Bliss produces delicious raspberries from late August up until the first frosts. It has good high yields and large fruit that give a wonderfully sweet end to the growing season.

Pre-order now for delivery from mid-November

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Autumn Bliss Raspberry Canes

Fruits during late August, September and October. It has good high yields and exceptionally large fruit borne on slightly thorny stems. Good disease resistance and a most consistent grower, has outclassed other Autumn varieties.

Grow in rows between parallel wires for support. Mulch with acidic material such as composted bark

Recommended by the RHS to be an excellent attractant and nectar source for bees and other beneficial insects.


Conditions of Sale

Plants leaving our warehouse are believed to be in good condition.

When your delivery arrives please check your goods carefully and contact us with any queries within 3 days. Quickcrop does not guarantee the further growth, flowering or yield of plants once delivered due to the fact that the care and husbandry after delivery is beyond our control. Quickcrop accept no liability for any latent diseases which may be present but not detected at the time of sale. 

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David Fleming
July 31st, 2018
Delivery from QuickCrop was great. Looking forward to a nice harvest of raspberries from this.
October 30th, 2016
Really good quality canes, delivery was quick and they came perfect!
Norman Scott
April 05th, 2016
Excellent value and fast delivery
Ask a Question
Asked By Nicola Synott
on March 15th, 2021
Hi Niall, just wondering if you sell raspberry canes at this time of the year and if it is a good time to plant Autumn Bliss? Will they be back in stock shortly if so?
Answered by Niall
on March 15th, 2021
Hi Nicola I am afraid we only stock raspberries from October through to late February so we won't have them back in stock until then Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Eoin Carroll
on January 15th, 2021
After planting should I cut these at the but?
Answered by Niall
on January 15th, 2021
Hi Eoin No. Let the fruit for the first season (this summer / Autumn) and then cut them back Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Bertie Collins
on December 29th, 2020
What distance apart when planting in raised bed
Answered by Niall
on December 30th, 2020
Hi Bertie Typically 18 to 24 inches apart Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Alan
on December 18th, 2020
Hi Niall, is there any advantage to place the containers outside but under cover over winter? And then place them outside in spring? Regards Alan
Answered by Niall
on December 18th, 2020
Hi Alan Not really. The top of the plant is dormant over winter anyway so even in heavy weather they won't get damaged. The most important thing is that the plants are not in very wet soil. Damp is fine but not waterlogged Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Alan
on November 12th, 2020
Hi Niall, delivery due today so thanks for prompt turn around. Finally, how long can I leave it before i heel the bare roots into soil. I don’t have a permanent home for them yet. Probably end up in containers the wkend. Cheers alan
Answered by Niall
on November 12th, 2020
Once they go in to containers Alan they are fine to stay in them for about 3/4 months so no panic at all once the containers are sufficiently big Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Alan Maguire
on November 10th, 2020
Hi Niall, is general purpose compost and well rooted farmyard a manure a good mix for raspberries or what would you use to achieve a slightly acidic soil. FYI: I placed that order now. Cheers alan
Answered by Niall
on November 11th, 2020
Hi Alan Yes is the short answer but make sure that the compost has a peat base as this will help with the acidity. Each year adding your general compost from the garden is actually all you really need to do Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Alan
on November 09th, 2020
Hi Niall, thanks for reply. I am considering planting in containers. What size container would u recommend for autumn bliss and how many plants per container please? Cheers
Answered by Niall
on November 10th, 2020
Hi Alan That is a tricky question as it depends on how many raspberries you want. But typically you can put 4 raspberries in a 2ft x 2ft container Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Alan
on November 04th, 2020
Hi guys, when do the bare root raspberry canes come in stock? Regards alan
Answered by Niall
on November 05th, 2020
Hi Alan They are due in to us early next week however we have to clear all of the back orders first so if ordering allow about 2 weeks Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Cheryl seymour
on October 15th, 2020
I’m intending to have a bed for fruits next year , but could I buy the canes from you now and plant into big pots and transplant into the beds once they’re done . Possibly end of autumn/ early spring. If so, how big a pot (s) and also how many to have give a good supply for a family of 4 summer to autumn . Thankyou
Answered by Niall
on October 15th, 2020
Hi Cheryl Yes you can of course plant them in to pots and hold them there for a few months until you are ready to put them in your beds. I would put in about 10 of the summer raspberries and about 5/6 of the Autumn ones to get enough for a family of four The pots only need to be about 30cm wide and you can put 3 of 4 in each pot Don't forget we only start sending out orders for fruit around the start of November Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Martin Baumann
on September 22nd, 2020
Hello. I intend to buy your raspberry plants. I have 5 round grow bags 58cm in diameter, each 30 Gallons. Does this work and can I plant 2 plants per bag? Thank you, kind regards, Martin
Answered by Niall
on September 22nd, 2020
Hi Martin Yes you could put 2 in each of these and yes they will work in this space Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Deb
on September 11th, 2020
Hi Niall, I am so sorry but I am really confused about how many raspberry plants to put in my 6ft x 6ft raised bed (is 7" bed high enough BTW?) Here I see you say 10 in a row and 2 rows in a 4ft x 6ft bed, but on other raspberry listings it says 1.5ft between plants and 3-4ft between rows. I am not sure now...help!!
Answered by Niall
on September 11th, 2020
Hi Deb You can space them at 1.5ft and the plants will produce more fruit but my experience has been different. You can put raspberry plants closer and get more fruit in the area over more fruit per plant. Hoping you can understand my logic on this. More fruit from the area essentially. By the way it is 5 plants per row. 10 in the bed in total Niall Quickcrop
Asked By annette wass
on August 29th, 2020
hello how many raspberry canes of autumn bliss do you think would fit in one of your 6ft by 4 ft raised beds ? thanks ,Annette
Answered by Niall
on August 31st, 2020
Hi Annette You can run two rows of raspberries in a 4ft wide bed. My recommendation would be 10 in a 6ft run on each side so 20 in total Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Annette
on December 04th, 2019
I have inherited a bed of raspberries that are of unknown provenience. They cropped this autumn - not a good crop but ok. Have cut them back and given them a good mulch but think it would be good to infill with some new canes. Would these be suitable? If yes then when is the latest I could order and plant them? I am presuming these being Autumn raspberries they will crop next autumn? Thank you
Answered by Niall
on December 05th, 2019
Hi Annette It was a good idea to cut back your Raspberries however if you have done them all you will be in short supply of Raspberries next year with a great crop the following year. Anyway i would suggest adding to the crop provided there is space around the existing ones but use an early fruiting crop like Malling Jewel so you have fruit coming at different times Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Michelle finnegan
on November 17th, 2018
Where do you buy the stake systems?
Answered by Niall
on November 19th, 2018
Hi Michelle You can buy most of what is required on our site. Just put in the word posts and you should find what you need Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Clodagh Lynch
on January 30th, 2018
Will these raspberries grow in a raised bed
Answered by Niall
on January 30th, 2018
They will of course and they only need to be in a shallow bed 7 to 9 inches deep although they will comfortably grow in deeper soil.
Asked By Mick doherty
on January 19th, 2017
How many plants do I need for a family of four. What kind of location in the garden and do they need to be staked.?
Answered by Andrew
on January 20th, 2017
Hi Mick. Typically i have 10/12 Raspberry plants on the go and we get plenty of fruit in late summer early Autumn for our family of four. The sunnier the spot the better and they do need to be staked or a heavy Autumn wind can destroy them once full of crop.
Asked By Mary
on October 24th, 2016
You didn't say what the flavour is like? ? does it spread? Mary
Answered by Andrew
on October 25th, 2016
Hi Mary. Great question. I just picked some in the garden at lunchtime so i can answer this one easily. They are really tasty but maybe not as tart as the summer varieties. Like all Raspberries they do spread.
Asked By Enda
on February 13th, 2016
Hi, When do you recommend planting these? Thanks
Answered by Andrew
on February 15th, 2016
Thank you for your question Enda. The best time to plant Strawberries or Raspberries is from November through to mid March
Asked By Ali Cooper
on February 05th, 2016
Are autumn raspberries available now, and is the price per cane or bunch of canes?
Answered by Andrew
on February 08th, 2016
Hi Ali and thank you for your question. We sell Bare Root Raspberries until early March and the price is per Raspberry cane not a bunch i'm afraid. That said one cane will give a lot of crop back.

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