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Want to feel a little bit like in the The Fabulous Destiny of Amélie Poulain? Adopt a raspberry! It is a thorny shrub that grows up to two meters. You can encounter it in hilly and mountainous areas, especially in open spaces within the forest that it colors with the white of its flowers and the red of its fruit.

Like blackberries, raspberries also constitute inextricable brambles. In rural environments, they are critical for biodiversity conservation because they help to form ecological corridors.

Ecological corridors are important pathways that connect different natural habitats and allow animals to move from one area to another in search of food, shelter or mates. Raspberry bushes provide a source of food and shelter along the route.

To kill a raspberry, you really need a black thumb! Raspberries are known for their ability to propagate naturally through their climbing roots or suckers that grow close to the mother plant. Adopt one, success is assured!

Do you really need to be told what raspberries are used for? The best way is to enjoy them right away as soon as they are picked, but you are spoiled for choice.

( from 18,00  )

What makes it unique

0.90 Kg

of CO2 captured over a year

2 meters

reachable height

10 years

maximum life expectancy

2 Kg

fruit produced per year

Forests where you can grow your own Raspberry, adopting or giving it away.

Bosco Cinque Querce
Siena (SI)
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