Meeker has large, thimble shaped, dark red fruit with high sugar content and good quality flavor. Good home garden variety for eating fresh, freezing, canning, and processing. Meeker is not particularly adapted to heavy soils but is a vigorous plant with long willowy growth. Very productive with long harvest season. Ripens midseason.
Large, sweet, dark red berries with a mild flavor. This superior quality berry is good for fresh eating, freezing, canning, and preserves. The canes are tall for an everbearing raspberry, but are very sturdy and seldom require support. Strong, vigorous, very productive, suckers prolifically and spreads rapidly. Fairly tolerant of heavier soils but will develop Root Rot in poorly drained areas. Moderate summer crop with heavier and superior fall crop. An excellent variety for the home gardener and also grown commercially in many areas.
The variety is Remontant. The fruits are medium large to large. The flesh is relatively thick, juicy, sweet-sour, with good and even very good taste and mild flavor. The fruits are suitable for freezing and processing. Plants have moderate growth and have multiple shoots, which are quite thick, straight, medium high to low. The fruits of summer-autumn harvest began to ripen the last ten days of August and harvesting period lasts until around late September - early October.
Plants are moderately growing. Shoots are upright, medium high and thick. They are medium to large-sized, and rounded ruby-red. The flesh has excellent taste and technological properties. Proliferation is very good. The variety tolerate short droughts, suitable for cultivation in raspberry areas.
A popular variety blackberries without thorns. The fruits ripen in the period from August to October. Big and juicy oval fruit. Hard to break off from the handle. Variety is resistant to diseases, actively growing and easy to cultivate.
A hybrid between a blackberry and raspberry. Fruits are sweet, much larger and more aromatic than those of Loganberry. The fruits are for fresh consumption or for industry. The peduncle is difficult to separate from the fruit, making them difficult for machine harvesting. The plant is prickly.
A hybrid between a blackberry and raspberry. The plant and fruits resemble more of a bush than a raspberry but the fruits are dark red and not black. Grown for industry needs and for home gardens. There are no spines.