Large, conical, non-crumbling, very sweet, somewhat soft, golden berries. Excellent for processing and fresh eating. Canes are vigorous, productive, and adaptable to a wide variety of soils. First crop ripens in July. Second crop from late August until frost. USDA Zones 4 - 8.
Heritage Everbearing Raspberries
Large, sweet, dark red berries in June and in September. Perfect for eating fresh, canning, freezing, jams and jellies. USDA zones 3-9.
Large, bright black berries with excellent flavor. Recommended for fresh eating, jams, preserves, and desserts. Vigorous, thorny plant, strong canes and thrifty cane production. Ripens in July and early August.
Loch-ness Berries - Container only
Firm, glossy-black, conical fruits on short, upright, thornless canes. Ripens August-September. Very Productive. 4-6' semi-erect canes. Full Sun. USDA zones 5-8.
All plants are locally grown in the Northwest and acclimated to our climate.
The WSU test gardens, our own experience and customer reports are our guides in selecting fruit varieties that are suited to our Western Washington climate. Quantities are limited, so shop soon to get the best selection.