A vigorous and productive plant with an upright growth habit that produces abundant, large, sweet and tasty berries. Excellent berry for fresh eating as well as jams and jellies and good productivity.
One of the best tasting of the University of Saskatchewan breeding program.
New golden yellow everbearing variety that produces two full crops each year. Spring crop and then a second crop July-August right up until a hard frost. Fruit is very sweet and juicy, firm, extra large conical berries are borne in large clusters. Excellent for all purposes. Hardy, vigorous and very productive.
Proven to be one of the most productive varieties for the Midwest. It is considered to be a new standard for fall bearing varieties. Fruit is larger than 'Heritage', more productive and the taste is very flavorful. 'Caroline' is vigorous and more tolerant of root rot and yellow rust than 'Heritage'. Leaf coverage reduces sunscald on berry.
Medium-sized red fruit has very good flavor and quality. Everbearing: 1st crop - around mid-July, 2nd crop around September 1.
This decision was not made lightly & has come after careful consideration of our inventory availability and current health situation. Our hope is that we will be able to re-open in future years.
We want to express our deepest gratitude for the wonderul support throughout the years. It has been a privilege to serve you and we are deeply saddened that we are no longer able to continue to do so at the normal level at this time.