Below are the following varieties of red raspberries we carry in 1 gal pots:
Addison - H: 6ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Firm medium/large red berries that have a fine flavor and high sugar content. Berries ripen from summer through the fall. Note: Variety can be grown in containers in high tunnel production and is resistant to Botrytis Rot. Zone: 3-11.
Autumn Bliss - H: 4-5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Very large red berries that have a mild flavor and ripen from August through frost, Note: Root rot and aphid resistant. Self-Pollinating, Zone: 5-9.
Bababerry -H: 4-6ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: A very large, firm, red, Southern type raspberry with a sweet and excellent flavor. Produces a large crop in early summer (May-July) and small crop again in fall. Note: Self-pollinating, Zone: 5/6-9.
Baumforth SDA - H: 4-6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red, round and somewhat flattened soft juicy berries. Note: Seedling was selected by John Baumforth in 1865 and started being grown in Europe around 1880. Self-pollinating, Zone: 3/4.
Caroline - H: 4-8ft, W: 3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium/large red berries with a full, intense, rich raspberry flavor and produces 2 crops/year. One crop in late June and the other in August until frost. Note: This variety does not tolerate high heat or droughts, Zone: 5-8.
Claudia - H: 4-8ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red berries that are said to ripen in June. Self-pollinating. Zone: 5.
Crimson Night - H: 5-8ft, W: 4-5ft, Sun Full, Fruit: Conical deep red fruit that ripens in late June, and then again in September, Note: Self-pollinating, resistant to phytophthora root rot and leaf issues, and released by Cornell University, Zone: 4-8.
Encore - H: 4-5ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red velvety and flavorful berries that ripen late July/early August. Note: Variety was developed by Cornell University in Geneva, NY, self-pollinating, resistant to root rot, cold hardy, and heat tolerant., Zone:4b -8b.
English Thornless - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet red berries that ripen in summer. Note: Young growth has fuzzy stems but matures into smooth thornless canes. Variety has been grown by Edible Landscaping in Afton VA for 30 years. Also, variety bears consistently year after year Zone: 6-9. Sold Out until further notice.
Heritage - H: 4-5ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large sweet red berries that are good for canning, freezing, fresh eating, and preserves. Produces 2 crops/year, one in July and another in September through frost. Note: Developed by Cornell University, self-pollinating, cold hardy, tolerant of poor soil, and canes don't need staked or trellised, Zone: 4-8.
Mammoth Red - H: 6-8ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Very large sweet red berries that ripen mid-June to early July, Note: Self-pollinating and canes require support, Zone: 3-7.
Meeker - H: 6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large, thimble shape red berries that are sweet and have rich flavor that are good for eating fresh, freezing, and preserves. Ripens in June. Note: Self-pollinating and canes need support, Zone: 5-8.
Nova - H: 4-6ft, W: 3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: High quality, medium/large, firm red berries that ripen in late summer/early fall, Note: Resistant to most cane diseases, self-pollinating, and developed in Nova Scotia, Zone: 3-8. Sold out until further notice.
September - H:3-4, W: 2-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium/large red berries that are juicy and tart. Berries are good for baking, eating fresh, freezing, and preserves. Note: Plants produce two crops a year. Self-pollinating. Zone: 3-8.
Shipping and delivery of potted plants unavailable. Pickup of potted plants available on farm or farmers' market after May 15th,
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