As this is a bare root plant, soak the roots for at least 2 hours before planting, after they arrive. Plant as soon as you can. If the ground is frozen, place into a temporary pot that's filled with decent compost- once conditions have improved, move the raspberry plant to the ground.
Keep the plant well-watered during dry weather.̴Ì?
To prune your Raspberry Tulameen canes, simply trim all the fruited stems down to ground level once they have finished fruiting. This will have to be done in the Autumn. Tie in new, green-coloured stems and provide supports, too. Fruit will grow on these canes the following Summer.