Rubus L. subg. Rubus
  • Best when enjoyed raw, bred at the University in Arkansas, USA.
  • Ddevelops vigorously growing elevated and thornless canes.
  • Blooms profusely.
  • Bears moderately large black and shiny fruits which weigh more than 7 g, they are very sweet and full of flavour, and recommended for the fresh food market – transport tolerant and can be kept for long after harvesting.
  • High yielding.
  • A moderately late variety (ripens a few days later than ‘Lochness’).
  • Recommended for cultivation in warmer regions of Poland.
  • Self-pollinating.
  • Boasts good resistance to diseases.
  • A patented variety (Application Number 20062430 – CPVO).