Fall Bearing vs.Everbearing Raspberries - Knowledgebase Question

Bloomington, MN
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Question by lauren35
March 28, 1999
I want to plant raspberries this year and would like to plant both fall bearing and everbearing plants. I know that Heritage is a good everbearing, but what would you recommend for a fall bearing plant in Minnesota?

Answer from NGA
March 28, 1999
Amity is a cultivar that bears in the fall, is disease resistant, and hardy to -25F. Autumn Bliss is bushy, dwarf, has very few spines, is disease resistant, and hardy to -30F. A third choice is Redwing, a late summer bearer, grows to a medium size and is hardy to -40F.

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