Heritage is from the New York Experimental Station at Geneva. Produces vigorous upright canes which do not require staking. Superior quality, large berries.
Early. Up to 3 weeks earlier to harvest than Heritage. Large, glossy berries with good flavor. Hardy, compact plants, from Poland.
Late/midseason. Good winter hardiness and yields. Late season harvest period helps bridge the gap between summer fruiting and everbearing (fall bearing) varieties. From New York.
Nearly thornless plants. Midseason. Vigorous and high yielding. Resistant to most common cane diseases. Medium-sized, firm, bright red fruits. From Nova Scotia.
The very best black raspberry! Large, gorgeous, firm–rated the best-tasting. Vigorous, upright canes don’t need staking. Start harvest in early July.
An introduction from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; thornfree , tangy-tart flavor; hardy, and ripen early.
Easy to pick… Large, excellent flavor blackberries; thornless , semi-erect plant with large semi-gloss berries. Ripens mid to late July and withstands temps to -15 to -20°.
Medium size canes, a bit taller than Boyne. Killarney is a light honey-red, and is extremely sweet for a raspberry. In fact, the bees prefer these to all others, which can make picking a bit challenging at times. Tends to bear in clusters that weight down the canes, so support is recommended. Summer bearing.