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.
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.