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Fruited early enough to avoid the invasive and dreaded Spotted Winged Drosophila larva that have ruined my mid-season crops in the past. Just what I was hoping for. Produced better after deep watering.P. Smith
It was very slow to establish/fill the raised bed and to produce meaningful crop. I also found summer crop tasteless, but fall crop taste is fine. I ended up removing all canes in the winter and try it as fall-only raspberry. Immediately young canes filled up the bed, and I had some berries in the fall, but still not as many as I would like to. I guess I will be replacing this varietySergey M
We planted them few years ago with great success. We use them for making jelly or jam. Some are for eating but they are on the tart side. The best one for eating are in the fall; second crop which is smaller.Great for jam very early berry
prelude variety has produced a small early summer crop and late summer has produced a large crop in late sep. on to frostlyle stempke
I bought these to eventually move to a garden in zone 5 so a few of them went into large pots and a couple went into the ground at my zone 7 house. All have done very well and are vigorous and healthy. We got a lot of berries this first year and wow they are delicious! This was my first time growing raspberries and these were perfect and easy to grow. We are all very excited to have more next year as the flavor is sweet and rich.Organic Jen
We garden in a very demanding urban "heat island" (NYC) that's hard on edible plants, fruit especially. And yet we've done incredibly well with these. They grow prolifically in a raised bed enriched with compost, compost tea, and red wrigglers. They get full sun much of the day. The fruit is crazy fragrant and usually sweet. Most of them go into sensational low-sugar jam that tastes POWERFULLY of raspberries.Laura
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