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(Blackberry)

One of the few blackberries that succeeds in areas such as the Southwest United States, this erect thorny deciduous shrub was developed at Texas A&M University. Borne from mid- to late spring on second-year canes, the large soft berries are less tart than those of the widely grown 'Brazos.' They are excellent fresh or in pies and preserves.

This hybrid blackberry likes sun and well drained humus-rich soil, but may benefit from some shade and a cool summer mulch in hot climates. Second-year stems...

(Purple Raspberry)

A complex hybrid involving red and black raspberries, this hardy upright deciduous shrub bears red fruits that deepen in flavor and color as they age. Ripening in summer, the large fragrant berries can be harvested while firm and red or after they soften and turn purple. Somewhat less tart than the fruits of other so-called purple raspberries such as 'Brandywine,' they are excellent for the table or for pies and preserves.

Like most brambles, 'Royalty' prefers sun and well drained humus-rich...

(Blackberry)

Bearing bucketfuls of large sweet fruits on erect spiny canes in late spring and early summer, this moderately hardy deciduous shrub is one of many blackberry hybrids developed at the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Produced on second-year canes, the relatively soft, glossy black fruits are excellent fresh or in pies and preserves.

Like most blackberries, 'Shawnee' prefers sun and well drained humus-rich soil, but may benefit from some shade and a cool summer...

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James Burghardt

(Thornless Blackberry, Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry)

Triple Crown blackberry is a semi-erect, thornless, deciduous shrub grown for its edible fruits. One of the latest-fruiting thornless blackberries, it ripens its firm, large black fruit in mid- to late summer. Its arching canes need support.

'Triple Crown' requires sun and well drained, humus-rich soil, but may benefit from some shade in hot-summer climates. It flowers and fruits on second-year canes, which should be pruned to the ground in fall. New canes should be tip-pruned in the summer....

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(American Raspberry)

The American red raspberry is an upright, deciduous, prickly shrub native to North America and Eurasia. It has been long cultivated for its juicy tasty red or yellow berries. Its many cultivars vary by fruit color, flavor, and harvest time. Plants produce canes that bear in their second year but also yield a first-year fall crop in the case of everbearing cultivars.

The pinnately compound leaves of this deciduous shrub are composed of five to seven leaflets, on average. Each leaflet is rich...

(American Raspberry)

A selection for gardeners who want raspberries without the prickles, 'Canby' produces quarts of sweet dark red berries on erect, thornless canes. Borne over several weeks from early to midsummer, the succulent fruits have a longer shelf life than those of most other varieties and freeze well.

The American red raspberry is an upright, deciduous, prickly shrub native to North America and Eurasia. It has been long cultivated for its juicy tasty red or yellow berries. Its many cultivars vary...

(American Red Raspberry)

The vigorous red raspberry, 'Chilcotin', produces a heavy crop of large, sweet, red berries in early summer on moderately prickly canes. The fruits are produced mid-season and maintain a bright red color. This delectable raspberry is phenomenal eaten fresh but may also be used for baking or jam.

The American red raspberry is an upright, deciduous, prickly shrub native to North America and Eurasia. It has been long cultivated for its juicy tasty red or yellow berries. Its many cultivars vary...

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Bosh Bruening

(American Gold Raspberry, Fallgold Raspberry)

The beautiful, super sweet berries of this everbearing golden raspberry can't be beat in rich, sweet flavor. The prolific fruits are borne on upright, deciduous, prickly shrubs that sucker. 'Fallgold' produces both a summer and a fall crop of large, golden orange berries. The fall crop is often the best and most seasonably welcome. The fruits are ideal for fresh eating, baking or jam.

Full sun is required for best plant growth as is well-drained, humus-rich soil. If shrubs are grown in areas...

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John Buettner

(American Raspberry, Heritage Everbearing Raspberry)

The cold-hardy, everbearing raspberry, 'Heritage', produces both a summer and a fall crop of red, sweet berries. Its large fruits are ideal for fresh eating as well as canning and freezing. The heavy yielding shrubs are also vigorous but susceptible to aphid damage.

Red raspberries grow best in full sun and well-drained, moderately fertile soil. They cold winters and gradual springs to flower and fruit well. Partial shade and cool mulch may be required for plants grown where summers are hot....

(American Red Raspberry, Killarney American Red Raspberry)

Bred in Canada for exceptional cold hardiness, 'Killarney', produces a heavy crop of large, sweet, medium-red berries in early summer on stout, thick canes. The fruits are good for eating fresh, freezing, or canning.

The American red raspberry is an upright, deciduous, prickly shrub native to North America and Eurasia. It has been long cultivated for its juicy tasty red or yellow berries. Its many cultivars vary by fruit color, flavor, and harvest time. Plants produce canes that bear in their...