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Black; Fruit are medium in size, has a good flavor, matures early to mid season, and has a dry stem scar. Click the details button for more info.
(U.S. Plant Patent 16,266): Part of the Georgia River Series, Alapaha is a 2001 release of the University of Georgia . It flowers after Climax however fruit ripens about the same time as Climax. Plants have very vigorous upright growth with narrow crowns. The fruit is medium in size with excellent color, firmness, and yields; it also has a dry stem scar.
Black; fruit are medium in size, ripen early to mid season, have very large clusters, excellent flavor, good quality, and a wet stem scar. Plants are very vigorous and disease resistant. (2 year plant, bareroot)
Fruit are medium to large in size, firm, juicy, excellent flavor, and ripen mid to late summer. Plant growth is very vigorous and plants are very prolific. Dorman Red is the best raspberry for the south it is heat, drought, and disease resistant. Berries are not fully ripe when they first turn red. The fruit is ripe when they are a dark red. Climate Zones 7-9. (2 year plants, bareroot)
(US Plant Patent Pending) Fruit are large in size, very good flavor, and an average sugar content of 10- 11%. Fruit ripen mid season over about five weeks with consistently high yields. Ouachita is potentially the best variety for storage and handling. (2 year plant, bareroot)