An everbearing raspberry introduced by the New York Experimental Station at Geneva. Produces vigorous, upright canes that require no trellising. The fruit is medium size, red, firm, and extremely attractive. Has a very good flavor. A moderate crop is produced in the summer but extra good yields are in the fall. Plants set in the spring will produce in the fall. We will start shipping these plants in December.
Plant red and black raspberries 3 feet apart in rows and 6 to 10 feet between the rows. Work soil as deep as possible. Then level soil again. Cut off the tops of red raspberries to about 4 inches. Cut black raspberries to about 2 inches. Plow a furrow about 3 inches deep and spread roots naturally in the row. Pack soil firmly around the roots. Level soil again around the plants. Plants need about an inch of water every 7 to 10 days during hot weather. Cultivate every week or 10 days to keep grass and weeds from plants.