Although it is true that raspberries and blueberries can be planted together in the same immediate area, it is important to follow very specific guidelines on how to do so. While you will find that this may be tricky to do, it can make for a great fruit harvest. You will definitely want to start out by purchasing already-grown blueberry shrubs which you will be transplanting into the soil. It is important to note that blueberries do well in acidic soil. Make sure that when you are transplanting the blueberry shrubs you get that you dig holes that are big enough for them.
As far as the raspberries are concerned, there are very specific steps you will want to follow to make sure that everything turns out okay. Make sure to select raspberry plants which have already started to grow because you will find that these are rarely planted from seeds. Make sure to select raspberry plants that look healthy so you will not have to worry about dealing with any issues like disease which can easily kill them. You will also want to make sure that the raspberry plants you pick out are between two and five inches tall as this is the ideal height.