Raspberry Anne Anne is a large-fruited fall bearer that ripens at the same time
as Heritage. Fruit holds a pale yellow color and is proving to be highly
productive. Anne's excellent size, appearance, and very sweet flavor make it an
excellent choice for a yellow fall bearer. Hardy in zones 4-9.
Raspberry Autumn Bliss Autumn Bliss is an early autumn fruiting raspberry
that produces large, conically shaped, medium to dark red berries. This berry
has a pleasant mild flavor. Autumn Bliss often begins to be harvested in
mid-August continuing into October. The high yields of Autumn Bliss bridges
the gap between late Summer and Fall varieties. Hardy in zones 3-9.
Raspberry Boyne This is a very popular early season variety which ripens
during the first two weeks of July. The fruit is round, dark-red medium sized
possessing an aromatic quality. This is one of the most consistent producers
year after year with good yields the norm. Boyne has a distinct moderately tart
flavor. The berries are easy to pick and excellent for freezing. Hardy in zones 4-9.
Raspberry Canby This is a thornless red raspberry. Its fruit are large, good
flavored, firm, juicy, bright red with fine quality. This delicious flavored berry is
one of the best in the Northwest for freezing, canning, cooking, and fresh
eating. The canes are vigorous and productive. Excellent winter hardiness in
Raspberry Caroline Caroline produces some of the largest red berries that
ripen in the fall, with a super strong raspberry flavor. Caroline is very productive
and can be grown nearly anywhere. In the South you can get berries as early as
June. Caroline is tolerant to root rot and has a high resistance to grey mold.
Hardy in zones 4-9.
Raspberry Encore Encore is very productive red raspberry with conically
shaped fruit possessing a well-balanced, pleasantly mild flavor, and excellent
firmness. Encore has outstandingly consistent large fruit size throughout its
harvest season (fruit size does not decrease with continued pickings). Hardy in
Raspberry Heritage The Heritage Raspberry is an everbearing variety with
good vigor and hardy canes which do not need staking. The berries of the
Heritage Raspberry are very firm, with excellent quality, and will be produced in
moderate quantity in early July, and heavy quantity in early September. Fruit is
medium to large, slightly conic in shape, brilliant red, attractive, very firm with
pleasing flavor. These berries can tolerate light frost well. Hardy in zones 5-9.
Raspberry Jewel This is a wonderful black raspberry. It is always a hit at farm
markets. Jewel produces shiny, firm fruit measuring 1/4 to 1/2 in. in diameter
and is very productive. The berries mature in early July and bears 1-2 qts. of
delicious berries in 1 year. Hardy in zones 5-9.
Raspberry Royalty Purple This is the most popular purple raspberry variety
today. Royalty is very productive with fruit that is very large, of high quality, and is
the sweetest of all the purple raspberries. Royalty can be picked slightly
immature as a firm red berry. This is a late season variety allowing it to elude
spring frost damage. Hardy in zones 5-9.
Raspberry Summit These are large, firm, red berries. Summit has been
known to produce a crop the first season. If mowed off a feww inches above the
soil level each winter it will only produce a large Fall crop the next season.
Hardy in zones 3-9.
Raspberry Autumn Britten The Autumn Britten Raspberry is a sister seedling
of Autumn Bliss that has much better fruit firmness and is also a better
producer. The berries are large, long, conically shaped, with bright red color
and good flavor. It bears fruit from late summer through the fall. Plants are
moderately vigorous. Hardy in zones 3-7.
Raspberry Black Hawk Black Hawk is a summer-bearing, late-season
raspberry. This delicious variety produces average to large sized black fruits.
Berries are large and firm and measure 3/4" across! Sweet, richly flavored and
do not crumble. Black Hawk is a hardy cultivar and a prolific bearer of fruit.
Hardy in zones 3-8.
Raspberry Bristol The Bristol Raspberry is a fruit that is black and large with
attractive, fairly glossy skin and firm flesh. Berries have excellent quality and
good flavor and are good for canning and freezing as well as fresh eating.
Bristol’s upright growth and cluster formation make its berries extremely easy
to pick. It is very hardy, high producing, vigorous and ripens in mid-July. Hardy
in zones 4-8.
Raspberry Cascade Delight An outstanding mid-season variety producing
vigorous canes that become laden with a heavy crop of large, glossy berries
which boast an exceptionally sweet flavor! Production begins in July and
continues for a month or more. Hardy in zones 6-9.
Raspberry Huron Black Huron was released as an improved Bristol in 1962
but with larger fruit. Huron has large, glossy, attractive berries. Ripens early.
Canes are vigorous and winter hardy. Good for Northern regions.
Raspberry Munger Black Munger has become the most widely produced
varieties accounting for much of the commercially frozen black raspberries
processed today. You'll love these large, firm, juicy berries with all of the best
black raspberry characteristics, but less seeds. Great for jams, jellies or eating
fresh. Start harvesting mid summer. Hardy in zones 4-8.
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