Strawberries - Flavorfest
Flavorfest is a mid-season variety, adapted to both plasticulture and matted row production. Fruits are an attractive bright red color with an excellent flavor profile. Berries are large and hold their size throughout the season. Plant is vigorous and shows excellent disease resistance to red stele and leaf disease.
Raspberries - Mammoth Red
Thornless canes make harvesting a snap with this sweet firm berry. It will thrive in well-drained, slightly acidic, sandy loam soil in full sun to partial shade. Once canes have produced, trim them back to make room for new canes. Self-pollinating. Space 3-4' apart. Ripens in late June
Black Raspberry - Cumberland
The Cumberland Black Raspberry plant produces medium-large, blue-black berries, which have an outstanding raspberry flavor. It's good for eating fresh, or making jams and jellies out of, and will survive in cold areas. The Cumberland Raspberry ripens July - August. This fast-growing plant matures 4-5 feet high and is only 3-4 feet wide. Find a corner that receives full sun and has well-draining soil, and watch it take off. It will do best in Zones 5-9.
Thornless Black Raspberry- Arapaho
Fully erect and thornless, quickly forms a full fruiting row.Ripens in early to mid June, so you can enjoy 8 to 10 qts. of luscious berries before the hot "dog days" of summer. Very disease resistant and noted for ease of picking. Zones 5-9.