Vines and Canes

Raspberry, Red

Heritage, Latham, Purple, Update

Raspberry, Black

Black cap, Bristol, Jewel

Raspberry, gold

Blackberry, Thornless

Loganberry

Kiwi vines

Trees

Locust, honey/Black

Mulberry

Plum

Peach

Herbs and Support species

Rosemary

Comfrey, Bocking 4

Raspberry, Black cap

Raspberry, Purple

Raspberry, Latham

Raspberry, Heritage

Raspberry, Red

Heritage-An ever-bearing variety that ripens in July and again in September on primocanes. The berry is medium sized, deep red and slightly tart.

Latham-Large red sweet berries ripen in July on upright standing canes. Like most red raspberries staking is not required but helps keep the plant tidy. Red fall foliage of the Latham adds autumn interest to landscapes.

Update-

Purple Brandywine-Very large sweet tart berries grow on tall and prolific canes. Brandywine takes on characteristics of its black raspberry cross producing many arcing canes and suckers freely.

Raspberry, Black

 
 

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