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Raspberries

  • Eat them canned, fresh or frozen!
  • Makes delicious pies, syrup, jams & jellies!
  • Junebearing will have ripe berries late June and early July.
  • Everbearing varieties will produce fruit early July and also in the fall.
Red Raspberries (Rubus Idaeus) Varieties Available

PRELUDE

Junebearing- Earliest junebearing red raspberry. Hardy and vigorous. Firm berries that are great for farm stands or u-pick. (zone 4-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
1 Yr. No. 1

$ 3.86 $ 3.58 $ 3.30
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 4.35 $ 4.05 $ 3.80

LATHAM

Junebearing - Ripens early in June, just behind Prelude. Very sweet fruit, pure red color, firm. (zone 3-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
1-Yr. No. 1

$ 3.86 $ 3.58 $ 3.30
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 4.35 $ 4.05 $ 3.80

CASCADE DELIGHT

NEW! This variety is more tolerant to wetter garden conditions. Resists root-rot. Heavy yields of firm berries with a rich raspberry flavor. Summer (July) bearing. (zone 6-9)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
1-Yr. No. 1

$ 3.86 $ 3.58 $ 3.30

MAMMOTH RED

Sold Out!

June bearing-Medium-red berry is sweet and very large. Vigorous growing and high yields. (Zone 3-7) SOLD OUT FOR 2023

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
1-Yr. No. 1

SOLD OUT
2 Yr. Transplant

SOLD OUT

AUTUMN BLISS

Everbearing- Earliest everbearing to ripen. Large, sweet flavored fruit.  (zone 3-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
1 Yr. No. 1

$ 3.86 $ 3.58 $ 3.30
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 4.35 $ 4.05 $ 3.80

CAROLINE

Everbearing- A very productive plant that sets large, sweet fruit. (zone 3-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
1- Yr. No. 1

$ 3.86 $ 3.58 $ 3.30
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 4.35 $ 4.05 $ 3.80

HERITAGE

Everbearing - All-time favorite. Excellent fruit, good flavor, sweet taste and high yielding.(zone 4-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
1-Yr. No. 1

$ 3.85 $ 3.58 $ 3.30
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 4.35 $ 4.05 $ 3.80

SEPTEMBER

Everbearing- Fruit is deliciously tart- sweet and is bright red in color. Cold hardy and vigorous grower. (zone 3-7)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
1-Yr. No. 1

$ 3.86 $ 3.58 $ 3.30
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 4.35 $ 4.05 $ 3.80
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Plant Details:

Remove Raspberry plants from shipping box immediately. Store Raspberry plants in a cool moist place and untie the bundles. Keep roots moist at all times. Do not over water.

Requires neutral soil, a pH of 6.5 to 7. Will grow in any type of well drained soil.

The top root on the cane should be 1” below the ground level. Plants should be spaced 2’ apart. Press soil firmly around the roots and water well. Water regularly. Do not over water. Do not trim roots.

WE DO NOT RECOMMEND MULCHING AROUND OUR PLANTS or fertilizing plants until after roots are established. Do not plant or pot in any media containing bark or wood chips. We do not recommend potting in containers smaller than one gallon.

Early Spring (April – May)

Full sun


Yellow Raspberries Varieties Available

Sweet Berries with an Excellent Flavor

ANNE

Everbearing- High yields of large, firm pale yellow fruit. Very sweet flavor. Fruits in August intil it frosts. (zone 4-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
1 Yr. No. 1

$ 4.18 $ 3.69 $ 3.39
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 5.30 $ 4.80 $ 4.40

FALLGOLD

Everbearing- A pick and eat berry. Very sweet, soft fruit with excellent flavor. Ripens similar to the Heritage variety in late June and again in September. (zone 4-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
1-Yr. No. 1

$ 4.18 $ 3.69 $ 3.39
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 5.30 $ 4.80 $ 4.40
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Purple Raspberries (Rubus neglectus) Varieties Available

ROYALTY

Large, sweet berries, very productive. (zone 4-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
No. 1 Tip

$ 4.42 $ 3.93 $ 3.55

BRANDYWINE

Very large, purple, tart fruit - great for jams, jellies, pies.  Has excellent flavor. (zone 4-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
No. 1 Tip

$ 4.42 $ 3.93 $ 3.55
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 5.79 $ 5.36 $ 5.00
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Black Raspberries (Rubus occidentalis) Varieties Available

NEW LOGAN

Early medium-large glossy, slightly tart berries with small seeds. Disease resistant. (zone 3-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
No. 1 Tip

$ 4.32 $ 3.83 $ 3.45
2 Yr. Transplant

SOLD OUT

JEWEL

Midseason - Very sweet, large, glossy, fruit. Plants are very vigorous growing and productive. (zone 4-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
No. 1 Tip

$ 4.32 $ 3.83 $ 3.45
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 5.69 $ 5.26 $ 4.90

BLACK HAWK

Vigorous and very productive mid-season variety. Produces large, firm berries with a sweet, rich flavor. (zone 4-8).

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
No. 1 Tip

$ 4.32 $ 3.83 $ 3.45

ALLEN

Cold hardy mid-season variety that produces large crops of large, firm berries with excellent flavor. (zone 4-8).

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
No. 1 Tip

$ 4.32 $ 3.83 $ 3.45

BRISTOL

Midseason - Sweet, large, glossy, firm fruit. Plants are very vigorous and productive. (zone 3-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
No. 1 Tip

$ 4.32 $ 3.83 $ 3.45
2 Yr. Transplant

$ 5.69 $ 5.26 $ 4.90

CUMBERLAND

One of the oldest raspberry cultivars. Ripen mid-season. Medium-large fruit with excellent flavor and few seeds. (zone 3-8)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
No. 1 Tip

$ 4.32 $ 3.83 $ 3.45
2 Yr. Transplant

SOLD OUT
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Plant Details:

Store raspberries in a cool moist place.

Moisten roots of plants lightly every day.

Requires neutral soil, a pH of 6.5 to 7. Will grow in clay, sandy soil or any type of black soil. If potting, any type of potting soil will do.

The top root on the cane should only be 1" below the ground line. Plants should be spaced 3 to 4 feet apart.

All Raspberries are self polinating - it is not necessary to plant more than one variety.

  • 1year - No. 1 are 3/16" and up at collar (bottom of plant above root.)
  • Transplants are 1/4" and up at collar, single or double branched.