Raspberries and Blackberries in partial shade?
I live on the western edge of Central Texas and was advised by a lady in Ohio that I should plant my berries in partial shade, she said they would be sweeter and grow better.
This year I put all our plants in 18 gallon containers and put them where they were in partial shade and they have done very well.
We are planning to build raised beds for these plants (have back problems--weeding/watering from a chair is much easier) and I need to know the best location to plant them in my climate which is hot and dry before we go to the trouble to build beds for them.
Thanks so much for any advise.