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One of the highest yielding all male varieties available. Superb longevity. Harvest over an extended period once established. Tolerant to heavier soils. All male varieties will produce flowers but no berries. Zones 3-8.
The best time to set roots is April 10 to May 20. Roots are set 12-14" apart in a trench 6-8" below ground level in rows 4-5' apart. Initially covered with 2" of soil with the remainder of the trench being gradually filled throughout the rest of the year. Light cutting possible the year after the bed is established. Take care in locating this planting as it could last a lifetime. Large one year old roots.