Joan J: A high-yielding, thornless, early ripening primocane raspberry; has been a good performer, some indications are that Joan J can out-yielded Autumn Bliss. Large, firm medium red berries with good flavor that hold their size well. Easy picking (they release well) with small drupelets. Use Joan J when early ripening fruit is required.(Joan J substitute for Polana).
Heritage: Berries are medium to large, brilliant red, extremely firm and attractive. These berries are superb for freezing and delicious for table use. Because the fall season is usually cooler, the fall crop is larger than the summer crop. The yield from only one fall crop will usually be greater than the combined yield if allowed to double crop. Rated number one fall bearing variety.
Anne: The fruit of this high yielding everbearing yellow raspberry is very large, super sweet and somewhat firmer than Fall Gold. Canes are semi-erect and the plant shows good disease resistance. Ripens at the same time as Heritage. Fruit is especially sweet in cooler temperatures. More heat tolerant than Fall Gold.
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Yes.....You can plant red and black brambles together! Historically they have been planted separately but not to keep the fruits from Cross pollinating. The potential problem is from insects transmitting diseases. If you control the insects, you control the problem. However, separating them by at least 200 yards will protect you from most problems.
Raspberries and Blackberries do not like wet feet. Don't plant them where there is standing water after a rain. If water stands on your field or your proposed planting site, consider planting on raised beds to keep the plants (and roots) away from ponding water.
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