Raspberries, as well as strawberries, belong to the rose family. There are over 200 species of raspberries and can be found in four different colors: red, black, purple, and gold!
Lemongrass is also called citronella. The essential oils of this herb have been used in candles, lotions, skin remedies, medicinally, as flea and insect repellent, and much more!
The difference between raspberries and blackberries is that raspberries have a hollow core in the middle, while blackberries do not.
Lemongrass is a perennial, which means you can plant it once and it will continue to come back year after year, as it may go dormant during harsh winter months. This aromatic herb can grow up to 3 feet tall. The grass is rich in a substance called citral, the active ingredient in lemon peels.
Once raspberries have been picked, they will not ripen any further.