I have some tips plant, seed and grow the thing.
But really Red Robin is an easy one to grow and it does NOT
get very big, maybe 18 inches on a good year. With small to medium cherry's, more so on the small end. This plant is pretty much a no brainer, keep it out of the super heat, as in SOME shade and well watered and you will do fine. They have a good 'ol timey flavor, sweet with a bit of tart. Not the most tasty of them but worth a grow for sure. Expect a good flush of fruit at a time.
Since they are such a small growing plant you can put them in smaller containers, 1 gallon or so would do though 2 gallon would be better. Don't waste your 5-6-10 gallon pots on them or you will be disappointed. This is also a good variety to grow indoors due to it's small nature.
Good luck, I hope you enjoy it.
here is some reference from Tatiana's site in case you need it.