Boyne: All round great berry we grow lots of Boyne!
Origin: Manitoba, 1960 Season: Early Size: Small (1.9g)
Fruit Quality: Dark, flavorful, small berries
Use: fresh eating, canning, freezing
Killarney: Flavorful berry
Origin: Manitoba Season: Early (after Boyne) Size: Medium (2.7g) Canes: Thorny. Produces summer & fall crop Fruit Quality: Shiny, firm, tart, dark red fruit Use: fresh eating, freezing and canning
Souris: Cousin berry to Boyne
Origin: Manitoba, 1960 Season: Early Size: medium Fruit Quality: Dark, flavorful, and sweet berries Use: fresh eating, canning, freezing
Red Bounty: Bounty grows so many large berries the plants bend over with the weight! Great for jam and wine makers.
Origin: University of Saskatchewan Season: Mid Size: Large, prolific producer Fruit Quality: Fragile juicy berry good flavor Use: wine and jams
Red Mammoth: Steady producer of large berries.
Origin: University of Saskatoon Fruit Quality: Dark flavorful medium berry Shape: Slightly conical Size: Large (3.2 g) Yield: Long season producer Season: Mid to late Use: Fresh eating and canning, freezing, last 3-5 days in fridge