'Anne' is a fall bearing, golden raspberry from the University of Maryland. Light yellow fruit is born on the top of sparsely thorned canes. Large, firm symmetrical berries have a mild-sweet flavor with an aromatic banana flavor developing in cooler climates.
Fall bearing raspberry. A sister seedling of 'Autumn Bliss' that is not only a better producer it also has much better fruit firmness. Berries are long and conical with a bright red color and a very good flavor. Ships well. Good upright growth and quite vigorous. Ripens 3 weeks before 'Heritage'. (CPBR AF)
A midseason blueberry. Considered by many to be the best all around variety for consistent yields, disease resistance, and high quality. It has an upright, open growing habit. One of the best garden blueberry varieties on the market today. Height 4-6'. Full sun. (Zone 4-7)
Midseason blueberry. A heavy producer of high quality large, powder-blue berries with outstanding dessert flavor. The beautiful rose-pink flowers turn bright white in full bloom. Foliage turns a burgundy color in the fall. Does particularly well in areas with hot summer or very cold winters. Upright and open growing habit. Height 5'. Full sun. (Zone 4-7)
('Chief' x 'Indian Summer') Morden, Manitoba, Canada, 1960. Red, medium acid with aromatic flavor. Vigorous, erect and sturdy. Excellent for canning, freezing, and dessert. Very productive and extremely hardy.
Originated at the Geneva Ag. Exp. Station, New York in 1934. Fruit is black and large with attractive, fairly glossy skin. Flesh is firm. Berries have excellent quality, good flavor and ripen in mid-season. Good for canning and freezing. Canes hardy and vigorous. In Minnesota this variety is suggested for the southern third of the state.
This is a University of Maryland variety that has proven to be one of the most productive varieties for the East and Midwest. It is considered to be the new standard for fall bearing varieties. Fruit is larger than 'Heritage', more productive and the taste is very flavorful. 'Caroline' is vigorous and more tolerant of root rot and yellow rust than 'Heritage'. Fruits earlier than 'Heritage'. Leaf coverage reduces sunscald on berry.
Chester is a thornless and semi-erect variety of blackberry that was developed by the USDA in 1985. Medium to large berries are deep black, round and very sweet. This is a high quality and high yielding variety and will not soften or lose its color in hot weather. Reputedly an excellent variety for making blackberry wine. Late ripening.
Introduced in 1996. Related to 'St. Cloud' with fruit that ripens a week earlier than 'Northblue'. A sweeter berry and more upright in growth habit than 'Northblue' but with yields as high. A good plant for the home gardener with large dark blue fruit and good blueberry flavor. Glossy, dark green leaves turn bright red in the fall. Height 30-40". MNRC (Zone 3-7) Shown to be a reliable choice for home use in zone 3, but will produce larger yields in higher zones.
Ripens late in the season, black fruits with strong flavor, medium in size and borne in clusters. The plants are very productive, immune to white pine blister rust, and only moderately susceptible to powdery mildew. Developed by Agriculture Canada at Ottawa, Ontario in 1952.
Horseradish is a beautiful perennial plant that is easy to grow and sends up long stems of white flowers in early to mid summer. The roots are generally dug in the fall, grated and mixed with vinegar. Jars will keep in the refrigerator for months. (Zone 2-9)
This variety is a favorite for home gardeners wanting an easy to grow, heavy producing late season variety. The fruit is dark blue, small to medium in size, and very sweet in flavor. Excellent for baking. A reliable producer every year. Height 5-6'. Full sun. (Zone 4-8)
Glossy round berries are firm, plump, and just loaded with vitamin C. The rich, berry taste is a blend of black currant and gooseberry flavor, sweet and satisfying. Fruits are abundant starting early July, usually the second year. Resistant to white pine blister rust.
Summer bearing. Attractive red berries with great aroma and flavor. Excellent for freezing, canning and of course pie. One of the most disease resistant varieties, making it very easy to maintain. Sturdy growth habit. Released in Manitoba in 1961, thus very winter hardy. A distinct improvement over 'Latham'.
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