Produces very large fruit on vigorous erect canes with good yields and fruit quality. Grows well in hot summer climates. Self-fertile. Hardy to Zone 6.
Large. Sweeter than most red raspberries; rich, full, and intense. Vigorous canes produce huge crops of large, firm fruit. Self-fertile. Hardy to Zone 5.
Has a bushy, less vigorous growth habit than most red raspberries which makes it ideal for homeowners. The fruit has a lovely, intense flavor. Perfect for eating fresh, or used for wines, sauces, and preserves. Self-fertile. Hardy to Zone 4.
Light green berries that turn dark pink when ripe. The fruit is juicy, somewhat tart if not fully ripe, and is best used for preserves and pies. The bush has an ornamental value with its glossy green leaves that turn purple in the fall. Mildew resistant. Plant in partial shade in hot summer areas. Bush grows 4 to 6 feet tall and can be used as a hedge. Hardy to Zone 3.
Ripens: Late May to Early July
Also known as 'Sunshine Blue'. One of the best for mild-winter areas, a low-chill selection perfect for small gardens or large patio tubs. Blue-green foliage and showy pink to white flowers provide ornamental value, followed by an abundant crop of fruit. Self-fertile, but yields best when planted with another variety. Semi-evergreen. Hardy to Zone 5. (150 hours).
Ripens: Late Season