Baba is an everbearing raspberry that does really well in Virginia. In 2003 I got 6 cuttings from Don Yellman and by 2006 thay had taken over my entire garden. In 2007 I dug up enough sprouts to make three 20’ double rows of raspberries that I train to a fence. They have delicious fruit that is large when well-watered. They bear prolifically – decent in spring/early summer and heavily in late summer/fall.
This planting is in the Fairwind garden.
From a swap with Don Yellman.
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