Step 2:  Stretch out the Raspberry Root and untangle it.
How To Plant Raspberry Plants
Now gather up some supplies and we are going to get ready to plant. ** The
most import steps here is not to plant too deep and to keep the newly plant
Raspberry plants moist for about 1 month until they are well roots. OK here
we go . . . .
Step 5:
Find the soil mark on the main truck of the Raspberry plants. Then
plant 1/4 inch deeper than that soil line and do not plant more than 3
inches deep.
Step 6:

Now fill back in the soil that you took out of the trench. Hold on to
the Raspberry plant so it does not sink down in the soil too deep.
Raspberry Plants along a fencline.
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