SHIPS MID MARCH THROUGH END OF APRIL
SORRY, WE CANNOT SEND TUBERS AND LIVE PLANTS TO ALASKA, HAWAII, AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Everbearing yellow. Produces early summer and early fall. The yellow fruit is blushed with pink as they ripen and slightly sweeter than red raspberries. The added bonus with this variety, the birds tend to overlook this one because of the color. Makes a beautiful pie especially when mixed with some red raspberries. Vigorous and hardy. Z2-8.
Plant 3' apart in sandy loam soil, 2"-3" deep. Cover with a thick layer of mulch to keep roots moist and control weeds. DO NOT plant near wild raspberries or black raspberries. (They may contain a virus which is harmful).