Rubus idaeus Autumn Amber (Raspberry)
Raspberry Autumn Amber

Rubus idaeus Autumn Amber (Raspberry)

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A thornless autumn raspberry, Rubus idaeus Autumn Amber is an excellent choice for a smaller garden as it is not as vigorous as other varieties. The yellow fruit is sweet tasting with a subtle aroma and holds an attractive conical shape. On cold, winter nights the berries can take on an almost salmon pink hue. Image courtesy of Lubera Edibles.

As yellow raspberries are harder to find commercially, they are a great variety to grow at home. The berries are generally sweeter than their red counterparts with very little acidity. They enjoy a sunny site with afternoon shade.

  • Fruit: August - September
  • Hardy
  • All soil types
  • South or West aspect
  • Full sun
  • Sheltered

Cut back all the canes in winter