Rubus idaeus 'Hararasp' (RASPBEARY) is a new type of raspberry that grows with thick branches and does not die in winter. Hence, the plant is also called tree raspberry. It has an upright habit with strong stems, and blooms in April-May with white flowers and produces many tasty fruits in May-June. RASPBEARY is a Florican-type, resistant to heat and drought, has early fruit ripening and a long harvest period. The plant was bred by Toshihiko Hara of Japan and plant breeders' protection has been applied for.
Rubus idaeus 'Hararasp' (RASPBEARY) has a special printed magenta pot, a special label with its own logo and a new unique marketing name. The plant is widely applicable, gives many delicious fruits, is very hardy and healthy. Extremely suitable for sales through garden centers. Joh. Stolwijk & Zonen Boomkwekerijen B.V. and Heinje Pflanzenhandelsgeselschaft mBH & Co KG are marketing the plant and have also submitted it for inspection.