Listed below are the varieties that we grow. Click here for our current nursery stock and pricing.
To help you decide, you can also refer to our Raspberry Comparative Table
|PRELUDE||(Early) - Winter hardy, vigorous, medium size berry. Medium red, firm, very good flavoured berry. Bears some fruit on primo canes in the fall.|
|BOYNE||(Early-mid) - Winter hardy, strong canes, high yield, medium size berry, medium dark, tender and juicy, medium sweet. Good frozen and fresh.|
|KILLARNEY||(Early-mid) - Fruit is firm, sweet, deep red, excellent quality and flavour.|
|AAC EDEN *||(Mid) - Canes are spineless, fruit is large, firm medium red in color, excellent yield, conical in shape that pulls easily, good flavour.|
|NOVA||(Mid) - Canes sturdy and winter hardy, slightly spined. Medium size berry, med. red, firm, mild flavour.|
|JEANNE d'ORLEANS **||(Late) - Large firm fruit, medium red, high quality, good flavour, high in antioxidants, excellent shelf life, great for fresh market, good producer.|
|ENCORE||(Late) - Winter hardy, vigorous, large size berry. Light red, firm, good balanced flavoured berry. Encore produces above average commercial fruit yields.|
|K81-6||(Late) - Canes are tall, sturdy, slightly spined and shows resistance to late yellow rust. Very large fruit, medium red, medium firm, excellent flavour.|
|ROYALTY||(Late) - Large, vigorous winter hardy canes, large size berry, medium firm, picked from red to dusty purple. Sweet, high quality. Excellent for jelly.|
* NOTE: Not available for sale in the province of Quebec, or the USA.
** NOTE: Not available for sale in the province of Quebec.
~ FALL BEARING – PRIMOCANE ~
|HERITAGE||Everbearer, first crop mid-summer, second from Sept. to Oct. Canes upright, vigorous and winter hardy. Medium size berry, medium red, firm, excellent flavour.|
|DOUBLE DELIGHT||Hardy, large double berries, medium red, firm berries, medium height canes, few spines. Developed for Western Canada.|
|RED RIVER||Hardy, medium red berries, bright and attractive, excellent flavor, short canes, few spines. Developed for Western Canada.|