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Everbearing -

Caroline: Red berries, strong "raspberry" taste, vigorous and productive plants ripen in fall. (Zone 4-7)

Fall Gold: Golden berries, everbearing, one spring and one late summer crop, vigorous and productive
plants. (Zone 4-8)

Heritage: The medium-sized red fruit has very good flavor and quality. First crop mid-July, second crop around September 1. Height 3'-4' Width 3'-4' (Zone 4-8)

Summerbearing -

Boyne: Red, medium acid with aromatic flavor. Vigorous, erect and sturdy. Excellent for canning, freezing, and dessert. Very productive and extremely hardy. Height 4'-6' Width 3'-4' (Zone 3-8)

Killarney: Red berries, very early summer bearing, shorter plants, most disease resistant. (Zone 3-7)

Latham: Red berries, summer bearing, ripen over long period, steady fruit set, an old standard. (Zone 4-7)

Royalty: Cross between purple and red raspberries, large fruits, sweet, light flavor. (Zone 4-7)

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