Raspberries are good for you!!
We have 4 varieties of raspberries, so when you visit us
we'll invite you to try a few before you start picking.
Raspberries we grow
in 2016 we felt the continued effects of the previous year's drought and saw that there were more weeds than raspberry canes growing in some areas of our field. As a result our Killarney and K-81-6 varieties are being "renovated" this season
all round nice berry
we wish we had more Nova!
Origin: Nova Scotia, 1981
Season: Early (0.5 days after Boyne)
Size: Medium (2.7g)
Canes: Few spines. Produces summer & fall crop
Fruit Quality: Firm, shiny, dark red fruit. tart flavor
Use: fresh eating, freezing and canning
bounty grows so many large berries the plants bend over with the weight!!
we have lots and lots of Bounty
- ask about our bulk rate
- great for Jam!!
Origin: University of Saskatchewan
Size: large, prolific producer
Fruit Quality: fragile berry good flavor
Use: wine and jams
all round great berry
we grow lots of Boyne!
Origin: Manitoba, 1960
Size: Small (1.9g)
Fruit Quality: Dark, flavorful, small berries
Use: fresh eating, canning, freezing
SK Red Mammoth
our most recent planting at the far end of the field. steady producer of flavorful berries!
origin: university of Saskatoon, muskoka parentage
Fruit Quality: dark flavorful medium berry
Shape: Slightly conical
size: medium (2.7g)
Yield: Long season producer,
season: mid to late
use:fresh eating and canning, freezing,last 3-5days in fridge