Heritage: produces high yields of medium-sized, flavorful fruit good for freezing. Produces vigorous, sturdy erect canes that require no support.
Ruby: produces excellent yields of large fruits good for freezing.
September: produces lower quality berries than heritage. Yields heavily but is somewhat difficult to pick. Fruit is soft and excellent for jams.
Redwing: produces a good yield of medium fruits that adapt well to freezing and processing.
Summit: produces a high yield of small to medium fruits that are excellent for freezing and processing.
Amity: produces a high yield of medium fruits that are excellent for freezing and processing.
June Bearing: canby is a thornless, tasty red raspberry with good yields. Some consider it the best June bearing fruit for the Intermountain West.
Newburgh produces large, firm berries and is very productive. More prone to chlorosis than Canby.
Latham produces medium sized fruit that is good for processing.
Titan is known as a very large fruited variety with excellent production and is good for freezing and processing.
Tulameen produces a good crop of medium fruit that is excellent for processing and preserving.
Morrison: produces large, non-crumbling berries of a medium black color. Berries hold up well after picking.
Royalty Purple is a summer variety that produces high yields of large fruit that are excellent for processing.