Just one? Did the birds eat the rest? I yanked a few plants this year, too. I thought I was going to miss them but I didn't. I actually enjoyed ripping them out of the ground. Maybe if you leave your pruners propped up by the raspberry canes, they'll get the hint. :o)
Mine haven't done anything either Jane - maybe we'll both get an autumn crop instead.
Oh dear. But at least it looks like a raspberry. My one attempt to grow them resulted in fruit that was dried right there on the canes by our hot summer weather. If I want dried berries, I can buy them, without the ouch factor of wrestling with the plants.So you're one ahead of me.
I had to visit your blog , if for no other reason, that I have never seen my name "Jayne" remotely near the word TIDY! Especially love your wall paper!
Are you sure you sufficiently threatened the raspberry bush(es)? Just curious, who headed the Tidy Garden stampede to pick the coveted raspberry?
I don't think one raspberry counts in your 5-a-day. Did it taste nice though ?
I'm afraid I don't know too much about increasing your harvest -- but I do wonder who had the privilege of eating the little guy?
I've just set aside some space for raspberries next year. Bollocks! I thought they'd be easy...
Too funny! Your lone raspberry matches my lone blueberry. Hope that you got to eat this one... (Yes, I popped that blueberry right into my mouth without even washing it.)
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