• Bred in Canada, late summer fruiting raspberry with large fruits.
  • Vigorous grower, develops long sparsely thorned canes (up to 120 or even 180 cm in length).
  • Yields large (approximately 7 g) elongated berries with meaty and compact pulp, which are shiny intense red in hue and extremely tasty; can be enjoyed raw but also transport tolerant, they boast long shelf life and are good for deep freezing and juices.
  • Bears fruits on biennial canes, gives high crops.
  • Resistant to fungal diseases, moderately susceptible to dying out of sprouts and little susceptible to fruit decay.