Fruit: Yellow, very sweet berries are large, juicy and firm.
Facts of note: Winter hardiness makes it a good choice for northern gardens. Vigorous grower. Crops July–Sept. Excellent for fresh eating, canning, and preserving. Identical to red raspberries in all but color.
Cane berries prefer a deep, well–drained, fertile soil and typically bear fruit on 2–year old wood with everbearers producing on first–year wood. They thrive in most soil types. Cane berries are versatile and hardy in the coldest climates where other fruits fail. Plant late winter to early spring. Space 2’–3’ in a row with 8’–10’ between rows.
I received 5 healthy canes promptly that were packaged thoughtfully and planted them the same day. I am confident they will thrive because all 5 had great root systems and were full of green buds. I am very happy with the customer service as well because they called to ask to change the shipping method to get the plants here quicker for no extra cost to me! I will be ordering my plants from here from now on because I know I am getting quality with protected,correctly packaged materials.Review by Ashley (on 4/21/12)
I have 6-7 different varieties of rapberryin my Napa CA garden box. While they all did very well, the Fall Gold was the favorite of my wife and myself. The berries were large, sweet, firm, and abundant, lasting well into the Fall. Evenings would find us standing around the berry patch enjoying their sweet flavor.
After losing their leave to the cold December nights, the Fall Gold rasperries produced the stoutest canes of all my raspberries. I am ordering more even as I type.