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OK, so I was gifted with an everbearing raspberry vine. I noticed this on the top of one of my healthy primocanes (I say healthy because I had to prune an unhealthy cane recently). I cannot tell if this is leaves or if it may be putting out some raspberries, or something else. You may have to look closely. Look where my fingers are; some "nodules" are above them and they appear to be in a cluster. They are very tiny right now. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you![my everbearing raspberry is up to something]1

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    I think it is normal (e.g. on my raspberries), but I see no references online. In any case it is only on first year sprout, right? Could be the buds of thorns. – Giacomo Catenazzi Sep 1 '17 at 7:58
  • It is a first year sprout, but it's heritage everbearing. I read somewhere that everbearing raspberries COULD...big could...produce fruit in the fall after they are planted. – SouthernGardner Sep 2 '17 at 3:46
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OK I have done some research and I found that it is producing blooms...and then if things go well it should produce raspberries!

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