When it comes to gardening, one aspect that is often overlooked is how much space various plants need in order to achieve their full potential. Many people a tendency to want to simply cram as many plants into a given area as possible, however this is generally not a good idea as they can choke each other out.
So what about raspberries? How far apart should raspberries be planted?
Ideally, raspberry plants should be planted in rows approximately 18-24 inches apart from one another. This will give the plants enough room for both the roots underground to grow, as well as the above-ground part of the plant to reach maximum size without coming into contact with other raspberry plants.