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(American Gold Raspberry)

A sport of the red-fruited, everbearing raspberry, 'Heritage,' 'Kiwigold' produces both summer and fall crops of sweet medium-sized yellow berries on prolifically suckering canes. Summer fruits are borne on second year canes; fall fruits on first year canes. The fruits are good for eating fresh or freezing. This selection was first discovered in 1985 by Christopher Thomas of Morrinsville, New Zealand.

The American red raspberry is an upright, deciduous, prickly shrub native to North America...

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Bosh Bruening

(American Raspberry, Latham Red Raspberry)

The exceptionally winter-hardy raspberry, 'Latham', produces a summer crop of red, moderately flavorful, medium-sized, somewhat crumbly berries. This heritage variety is also notably drought resistant but susceptible to mildew.

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...

(American Red Raspberry, Malling Jewel Raspberry)

The vigorous raspberry, 'Malling Jewel', bears red, flavorful berries on compact, disease resistant shrubs. The large fruits of this English selection are produced later in the season and ideal for fresh eating, jam or freezing.

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...

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James H. Schutte

(American Red Raspberry)

An excellent raspberry for home gardens, 'Meeker' produces very large red fruits on suckering stems from early to midsummer. The berries – which are particularly high in the anti-carcinogenic compound ellagic acid – are good for eating fresh or freezing. It is known to be susceptible to aphids, and Roseaceous viral diseases but is resistant to root rot.

The American red raspberry is an upright, deciduous, prickly shrub native to North America and Eurasia. It has been long cultivated for its...

(American Red Raspberry)

An antique raspberry developed in New York State and introduced in 1929, 'Newburgh' is an early to midseason producer that bears light red, medium-sized fruits on suckering stems from early to midsummer. The berries are good for eating fresh or freezing. This is a very cold hardy selection that's resistant to root rot but susceptible to aphid damage and foliar mildew. The American red raspberry is an upright, deciduous, prickly shrub native to North America and Eurasia. It has been long cultivated...

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Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick et al., USDA Corvallis

(American Red Raspberry)

The cold-hardy raspberry, 'Newman', produces high yields of large, red berries in midsummer. It is a heritage variety that was once popular for commercial production, but newer, more disease resistant varieties are now favored. Its juicy, red fruits are ideal for fresh eating as well as canning and freezing. Shrubs are very susceptible to mosaic virus.

The American red raspberry is an upright, deciduous, prickly shrub native to North America and Eurasia. It has been long cultivated for its...

(American Red Raspberry)

Bred for early fruiting, 'Reveille' bears large, bright red fruits on suckering stems from late spring to early summer. The fruits are too soft for large-scale commercial production but excellent for fresh eating and 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 by fruit color, flavor, and harvest time. Plants produce canes that bear in...

(American Red Raspberry, September American Red Raspberry)

The cold-hardy, everbearing raspberry, 'September', produces both summer and fall crops of sweet, red berries on suckering canes. Summer fruits are borne on second year canes and fall fruits on first year canes. The berries are good for fresh eating, canning or freezing.

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,...

(American Red Raspberry, Summit American Red Raspberry)

Bearing some of the first and last raspberries of the season, 'Summit' produces both early and late crops of sweet red berries on vigorous suckering canes. Late spring to early summer fruits are borne on second year canes; fall fruits on first year canes. The fruits are good for eating fresh or freezing. The shrubs are resistant to root rot but susceptible to Rosaceous viral diseases and aphid damage.

The American red raspberry is an upright, deciduous, prickly shrub native to North America and...

(American Raspberry, Willamette Raspberry)

Developed in Oregon for growing in mild Pacific Coast climates, 'Willamette' bears an abundance of large, dark red, slightly tart raspberries from late spring to early summer on spiny upright canes. It also bears a smaller secondary crop in late summer and early fall. The early fruits are borne on year-old canes; the late fruits on new canes. The fragrant relatively firm berries are good fresh, frozen, preserved, or in pies and pastries. The white flowers and compound leaves are not ornamentally...