One of the tricky things about growing certain fruits and vegetables is that they are very seasonal, and can only be planted during certain times of the year. Some must be planted in the spring, and other in the fall. Other still can be planted during different times of the year and still survive to produce fruit.
So what about raspberries? Can raspberries be planted in the fall?
Yes they can, although it is definitely not the optimal time to plant them.
Since raspberry plants are perennial, they will produce fruit for many years in a row. For this reason, they can be planted in the fall as well as in the spring. However, early spring planting is a much better choice than fall planting, as it will give your plants the best opportunity to grow strong and produce more fruits.