Raspberry: Summer Raspberry varieties will fruit around July and autumn varieties will fruit around late August.

They should be planted 1-1½ Ft apart in moist but well drained fertile soil.   The roots should be no more than 4½-5″ in below the soil, spread out the roots and cover with soil. Choose a sunny spot in the garden if you can, however they will grow in shadier areas, you’ll get more fruit and sweeter tasting, if they’re in the sunlight.

Blueberries: Blueberries  will flourish in free-draining, acidic soil. To ensure best yields it is recommended to have P.H. 4.0-5.5 and at least two varieties for pollination purposes. Select a sunny, sheltered spot. While blueberries are tolerant of shade, better crops are obtained in the sun.  Dig holes about twice as wide and twice as deep as the roots of the plant.  They should be planted 4–5 feet apart in a row, with at least 8 feet between rows. Backfill around the roots with soil, firm in and water well.

Strawberries: Grow strawberries in a well-prepared strawberry bed, pot, growing bag or strawberry planter, in a sheltered spot that gets plenty of sun, for sweet, juicy fruits. Water plants well, especially in hot weather, and feed regularly. Replace plants every three or four years by planting fresh plants