Zones 3-8. 3-4'. Good sugar to acid ratio for good flavor in a dark, large berry.
Zones 4-8. 5-6'. Easy to grow, heavy producing late season variety.
Small to medium berries and very sweet. Full sun.
Zones 4-7. 4-6'. Midseason and considered to be the best all around for consistent yields. High quality.
Zones 4-8. Produces all summer with deep red, firm berries. Sweet. Fresh or frozen.
Zones 4-10. Resistant to wilt.
Zones 3-10. Good flavor and texture.
Zones 4-8. Large, glossy wedge-shaped berries with excellent flavor.
Resistant to powdery mildew and red stele.
Zones 4-7. 3-4'x3-4'. Late August. Most productive varieties for the Midwest. Vigorous and more tolerant of root rot and disease resistant.
Zones 3-8. Delicious bright red stems for sauces and pies. One of the sweetest reds.