Rubus spp. Mid. (Cumberland x Newburgh) x (Newburgh x Indian Summer) NY Stn, 1982.
Their distinctive flavor is different from the red raspberries, with a hint of black raspberry. A favorite for fresh eating among those who know it. Cohesive fairly firm large berries make outstanding jam and jelly, too. Extremely robust minimally suckering plants are very productive and open-formed; the berries are eye-level and easy to pick. Ready to harvest when they are deep purple, somewhat later than the reds. Plant in hills.
Summer-bearing raspberries bear on second-year canes (floricanes). Midseason berries ripen around late July in central Maine. Disease resistant. Occasional slight tip dieback in zone 3. Z3/4. (Plugs)
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Raspberries & Blackberries
Raspberries and Blackberries are self-pollinating; a second variety is not needed for pollination.