Polka Fall Bearing
Quantity Price
5 $24.00
25 $84.00
100 $239.00
200 $466.00
600 $978.00
1000+ $1,164.00
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Plants ship between January - July, depending on zone.  Ship dates are selected during checkout process.

A primocane raspberry variety from Poland. The plant is vigorous with a more upright growing habit than other varieties. Berries are large, very firm, and have good flavor. Polka is very productive and the fruit does not darken as much as other varieties. Ripens 7-10 days after Polana, similar season to Autumn Britten or Joan J. 

Licensed variety

Berry Color: Red
Berry Size: Large
Best in Zones: 4 - 8
Firmness: Very
Freezing Quality: Good
Winter Hardy: Good
Ships as: Bare Root
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We recommend a soil pH level of 6.5 - 6.8 for raspberry plants.
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This Fall Bearing Raspberry Plant bears some fruit the first fall of planting year, and either summers or falls after that depending on how it is managed.
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Available Exclusively from Nourse Farms
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Easy to grow!
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Price includes a royalty or usage fee. Patent laws or license contracts prohibit propagation of the variety for resale or trade.
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This is what one raspberry plant looks like when it is shipped.


This will be our third year that we have them first year we had lots but last year not so much, hopefully this year will be better. Do they need to be pruned?

Home Grower

These took right off and produced berries all summer. Quality plants, delicious flavor.

Home Grower
Zone 5

I have been buying plants from Nourse Farms for decade: black raspberries, red raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, asparagus, and I have always been pleased. Orders arrive when expected, and the plants are always in excellent condition. Production is wonderful. If I call with questions, they are answered to my satisfaction. What is not to like about this business? I have absolutely no complaints and have recommended this nursery to many friends and family.

Elisabeth K
Home Grower
Zone 6

WOW! I just planted these today and boy was I impressed at the quality of the plants from Nourse. I have ordered raspberry plants from other companies before and they had a few hair-like roots about an inch and a half long. The plants from Nourse have a tangle of heavy roots up to two feet long and some even longer. And prices were no more than the sticks I got from other companies. With plants of that caliber, I have no doubt they will do very well. They were very well packaged and arrive in one day (I'm in NH). I am truly impressed.

Home Grower
Zone 5

Planted these 3 years ago. Best raspberry ever! Friends have told me they have never seen such large raspberries. The provider of the berries suggested that I cut the canes back to ground level when dormant. (I cut them in late December.) She told me I would not get the early crop but the late crop would be great. Canes grew to 7 ft. by end of July. Crop was not only great it was unbelievable! Berries ripened about the 10th of August. On a 20 ft. row I pick more than a quart a day every day. Friends come every week and pick what I can't use. (Freezer is full.)

Home Grower
Zone 8

Great berries. They started growing quickly after being planted this spring. Very tasty berry and it is still producing strong.

David H
Home Grower
Zone 5

Planted these last fall in a spot where Carolines were previously planted. I was disappointed in the flavor of the Carolines, so replaced them with these. They are doing great. They are just starting to have a few ripe raspberries. and boy is the flavor of these WAY better than the Carolines. A friend tried them and the flavor surprised him. They got an "Oh wow that's tasty!" remark.

Sam in Colorado
Home Grower
Zone 5

I planted 10 Polka this spring for the first time I tried this variety. The catalogue says "recommended for beginners." I am not a raspberry beginner, but they aren't kidding about how easy these are to grow. I have never seen raspberry plants sprout as fast as this variety does after initial planting. The berries are large and this variety fruits earlier than some of the other everbearing (2 crop) raspberries. Have yet to go through a winter with these but the variety overall seems very hardy as all of my new plants grew.

Doug H
Home Grower
Zone 7

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