Anne Yellow Primocane Mid-late season Zones 4-10 1 gal. Size

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Anne Yellow Primocane (University of Maryland, Plant patent #10,411) produces VERY large, conic, pale yellow DELICIOUS fruit that ripens mid-late season. It has very good flavor and texture. Tall upright canes sucker sparsely requiring higher planting density. It is resistant to Phytophthora root rot. Zones 4-10. Size: 1 gal. Large plants.

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  • 4
    Arrived well at about a foot in height

    Posted by Humberto on 25th Oct 2022

    My Anne Yellow Raspberry arrived at about a foot in height. Looks pretty good for an October delivery, it just looked a little stressed with slight discoloration in the leaves and Berries Ulmtd mentioned that it’s a fall thing- which isn’t much of a concern. I’m excited for these. We’ll see how it goes as I’m showing how these grow in my Southern California area on my YT channel.

  • 5

    Posted by J from Missouri on 30th Jun 2022

    Berry Update

    Every one of my yellow raspberries has it's own personality and flavor. I ordered this variety from another nursery and they grew a bit and then died. I was so disappointed, but Lidia encouraged me to give it another shot with some of her disease free plants, so I am, and I sure am glad that I didn't give up. Her plants multiplied, and are healthy and bearing some extremely delicious yellow berries. Very delicious!

    Thank you!

  • 5

    Posted by Aaron Brown on 27th Dec 2018

    Shade tolerant/Vigorous. Plants are in their second year and are very tall in the 4 ft rang in June. Several of them have 6-7 new canes. This is a delicious fresh fruit variety eaten out of hand and in fact one of my kids has claimed all the Anne's as his own. He will search every day for ripe Anne's.

  • 4

    Posted by Berry Lover on 27th Dec 2018

    Excellent yellow raspberry, very cold tolerant (tested in garden to -20F), produces LARGE sweet delicious berries with a green grape and raspberry flavor, two crops per year - one mid season crop on prior year's cane and one larger late fall crop on the new growth.