Along with Blackberries, our Northwest Raspberries are some of the most delicious fruits grown in our region. Grow your own and enjoy this delectable fruit all summer long! Plant Canby Thornless, Jewel, Meeker, Tulameen or Willamette for heavy summer crops, and grow Amity, Fall Gold and Heritage for delicious berries into the fall. Amity, Fall Gold, and Heritage can begin bearing the year you plant them and Canby Thornless, Jewel, Meeker, Tulameen and Willamette will begin bearing the next summer.
This popular, everbearing variety produces large, dark red berries in June and again in late August. Plants can be mown in the fall for abundant crops the following fall.
A June bearing variety, Canby Thornless is renowned for its heavy crops of large, flavorful and juicy berries. Easy to harvest, these luscious, bright red berries are great for fresh eating, preserves and freezing.
This outstanding, everbearing variety features very sweet and flavorful, large, golden-yellow berries, great for fresh eating, preserves and freezing. Fall Gold can be mowed after harvest in the fall and will bear good crops the following summer without staking.
One of the best tasting Raspberries, these delicious, bright red berries can be enjoyed in the summer and fall. Heritage canes can be mowed in the fall and will produce abundant berries in late summer the following year without staking.
Jewel Black Raspberry
This close relative of Red and Yellow Raspberries bears good crops of large, flavorful, glossy black fruit. These tasty Black Raspberries ripen in mid summer and are delicious for fresh eating, preserves and baked goods.
An outstanding June-bearing variety, Meeker bears abundant crops of sweet, richly flavored, thimble-shaped berries. These delicious red raspberries are great for fresh eating, freezing and preserves.
Prized for its large, flavorful, bright red berries, this June bearing variety produces abundant crops in early summer, great for fresh eating, freezing and preserves.
Very popular with both home gardeners and commercial growers, this June-bearing variety produces abundant crops of extremely large, dark red berries. Firm and juicy, with a hint of tartness, they are delicious eaten fresh and great for freezing.