Choose from our selections of cold-hardy and disease resistant raspberry plants. Plants are potted in a trade gallon container. The cultivars we are currently growing include:
Encore (Summer-bearing) Released by Cornell Small Fruit Breeding Program in Geneva, NY. Bears sweet red berries in mid/late summer. Nearly thornless, and cold tolerant to zone 4.
Nova (Summer-bearing) Developed in Nova Scotia, Canada, this cultivar is extremely cold-hardy, to zone 3. Bears firm red fruit in early/mid summer. Mostly thornless.
Fall Gold (Everbearing) Eye-catching cultivar bears an early crop of delicious golden berries in midsummer, followed by a larger crop in the fall. Cold-hardy to zone 4.
Caroline (Everbearing) Considered to have excellent true raspberry flavor, this variety bears a smaller early crop of extra-large red berries in midsummer, followed by a larger crop in the fall. Cold-hardy to zone 4.
Anna (Groundcover/Rubus arcticum) This interesting thornless raspberry grows only about 6" tall, and spreads via rhizomes to form a carpet of attractive foliage. In spring, plants bear 1" pink flowers, followed by sweet edible fruits. Hardy to zone 1!