We grow 10 varieties of Raspberry canes which we recommend are lifted from November onwards , as they enter dormancy , until early spring.
Glen Moy is an early variety. The fruit is firm and large. Glen Moy canes are spine free and resistant to the main Aphid Vector of Virus Diseases. Glen Moy is susceptible to Phytophthora.
Glen Clova is an early ripening with a long cropping period. Has a heavy yield. Glen Clova has a firm fruit suitable for canning, freezing and jamming.
Malling Jewel is an old established variety, good flavour and quality. Malling Jewel is good for all markets.
Glen Prosen is a mid season. Glen Prosen has spin free canes, fruit medium red in colour plugs easily. Also good for long cane fruit production.
Autumn Bliss is a primocane variety with a pick date starting beginning of August finishing when the frosts start. Autumn Bliss fruit is large, medium red ripening to dark red. It has excellent flavour and a good shelf life. Autumn Bliss needs a very little support.
Tulameen have newer commercial variety. Tulameen produces a attractive, glossy fruit with a distinct conical shape and excellent flavour.
Octavia is the new late main season variety as publicised in the Horticultural Press. Octavia have large, firm and easily detached fruit.
Glen Magna has a high yield, late main season, similar to Leo. The yield equivalent to Moy. Glen Magna has dark red and large (4-7 gms) fruit. Canes upright, vigorous with fruit on strong and erect laterals. Glen Magna is resistant to strains of Aphid Vector Virus and R.B.D.V. Not machine harvestable, but excellent for frozen fruit.
Glen Ample has a high yield of large fleshy fruit (4gms), less firm and inferior shelf life to Rosa. Glen Ample are suitable for fresh and processing outlets. 50% pick date; 7-8 days later than Glen Clova. Glen Ample has spin free upright canes of good vigour. They are resistant to 2 strains of Aphid Vector Virus but susceptible to R.B.D.V.
Glen Lyon is early/mid season. Glen Lyon is resistant to Spur Blight. They are a heavy yielding.