Royalty Purple Floricane Late season Zones: 4-8 1 gal. Size
Royalty Purple Raspberry
From New York Cornell University. (Cumberland x Newburgh) x (Newburgh x Indian Summer) (PP#5,405) 1982. Late season. Royalty raspberry plant produces HUGE, high-quality with unbelievable flavor purple fruit. Michigan State University calls it " the sweetest purple raspberry available", and it is flavorful enough to eat fresh, or preserve in jams and jellies. Royalty raspberries ripen late in the season, are reddish-purple to dull purple when fully ripe, but it is possible to pick them when they are slightly immature, red berries. This raspberry plant has long, thorny canes and it produces high yields of fruit. Hardiness is acceptable for northern growing areas. Zones: 4-8. 1 gal. Size
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Beautiful purple raspberry, with a subtle, sweet flavor. Melts in your mouth. Delicious!
Plants were a couple of feet tall and very healthy! Very happy!
I received two Royalty Purple Raspberry from Berries Unlimited. They arrived packaged nicely, in a many that prevented damage to the plants. They were good sized, healthy plants, that have leafed out and are showing signs of good vigor. I have done business with and made previous purchases from Berries Unlimited. As a small boutique nursery and garden owner-manager I can highly recommend them!
Received my perfectly shipped, healthy and robust Royalty plant. I always follow the Berries Unlimited planting instructions and tips, so it is doing well, just like all of the many other plants I have purchased and received from this company. I usually purchase new varieties in the spring, but their plants are doing so well that my fruit areas are full!
That's awesome. Thank you.
Hello, the purple royalty raspberries are doing great down here in the South, Ga. where I&#039;m at the purple raspberry plant are nice and green have a good root system , it&#039;s fall now , waiting to see how they do next year with berries , I hope they be big ones , l&#039;ll have to update how they do 2016. Right now still young plants . I will continue to buy berries from Berries Unlimited .