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Raspberry Anna (groundcover)

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What is an Arctic Raspberry? Simply put – an Arctic Raspberry is a low-growing raspberry bramble naturally found in arctic or alpine regions in the Northern Hemisphere. Sometimes known as a nagoonberry, arctic raspberries are considered a delicacy in many northern regions, as also suggested by their Russian name, which translates to ‘berry of princes.’

Anna is a thornless arctic raspberry that was selected by Dr. Gunny Larssen in Sweden for its extreme hardiness and excellent flavor. Fruit is sweet and best suited for fresh eating, making jam or liqueur, or for flavoring tea.

Plants have pink blossoms in the spring and foliage turns a showy orange-red in the fall.

Although practically identical, two varieties are needed for pollination. Plant 30-60cm (1-2') apart in a well-drained, sunny spot. Cross Pollinate with Valentina

Hardiness Zone 1

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