Location: Montreal , Canada (Zone 5b) So from what I understand there are 2 main varieties of raspberries: fall-fruiting or summer-fruiting. We have this bush at home that my ex bought about 5 years ago, and he does not remember what variety they are. The way he pruned it was to cut ALL the canes in October at the same height (about 2 feets from the ground) and also cut the canes that get too long during the summer, not bothering if they are primocanes or floricanes. I took care of it for the first time this summer, so I read a bit online and apparently this is not a proper way tu prune any kind of rapberries. Fall-bearing bushes should have both cane types cut at ground level in winter and summer-bearing ones have 5 different ways of being pruned, all described in this fantastic document from the Cornell Univeristy :http://www.fruit.cornell.edu/berry/production/pdfs/rasppruning.pdf Even with such great documentation explaining all the differences, I have a hard time establishing if my plant is of the summer of fall variety. They did fruit in June-July, but given the way they were pruned, they could still be fall-bearing (if not cut to the ground, fall-bearing bushes will produce a small harvest in early summer on floricanes). The plant definitely has different types of canes as you can see in the attached album, but I'm not sure which are primocanes and which are floricanes. Some of them are very very long (so much that they are bending, see picture #1) and some are much shorter. The fruit that has grown in June-July was growing on the shorter ones, if I remember correctly (but didn't really paid attention). In August, the smaller ones started dying and there was flowers at the top of the very long ones, although we are now at the end of September, and even thought some still have flower, they haven't given any actual fruit yet (picture #2) and two of the long canes are dying. The others have healthy flowers right now but no fruit at this point. This makes me think that the long canes are fruiting primocanes and that therefore the plant is of the fall-bearing type, on which the floricanes were allowed to overwinter, hence the June-July harvest. But at the same time, I'm wondering why the primocanes are so long (if they are primocanes) and why do they haven't fruited yet, if they are fall-bearing. Here is the album: https://imgur.com/a/mSL9F Any help is greatly appreciated.