Nova Raspberry is an early-midseason variety that has a large size with wonderful flavor! You will be pleased with the large quantities of uniform, high-quality fruit and with its long fruiting season. Lauren has shown moderate to good winter hardiness. Space plants 22 to 24 inches apart. USDA zones 5-7 Floricane or summer bearing
Jaclyn Raspberry was the top producer of fall red raspberries in 2009, and ranked first in flavor (for three years running!) in our taste tests. This raspberry is my number one pick for yield, earliness, and flavor. Cane height is to 5 feet, fairly sturdy and vigorous, but I would still recommend staking or a trellis to hold up the beautiful, heavy fruit. USDA zones 4-8Primocane or fall bearing
Heritage Red Raspberry is a very sweet and productive variety that grows well in USDA zones 4-9. This variety is self-pollinating and best planted 3 feet apart. Heritage is one of the most widely adapted red raspberry cultivars, proving productive across many different climates within our country. Medium to large sized, bright red berries are produced on sturdy canes. Heritage seems to better handle weather extremes than most other cultivars. Primocane or fall bearing
Plants will be growing in gallon pots.
Raspberries produce two crops; the largest crop becomes ripe in the late summer/early fall on the tips of canes that grew throughout the summer. A second crop is then produced lower on those same canes early the next summer. To have two crops, the planting must be pruned as a summer bearer. Most everbearers will produce the best crop if NOT allowed to fruit in early summer. We recommend this approach for best results.