A Chehalem crossed with an Olallieberry, named after Marion County Oregon, the Marionberry is best described by tasters as “an earthy cabernet with sweet notes of tartness.” Extremely popular.
A blackberry lovers delight! It was not given the name “Queen of the Blackberries” for nothing. This one seems to be everyone’s favorite. If you haven’t tried this one you should, it’s got a classic flavor everyone seems to enjoy.
The Tulameen is a summer Red Raspberry. It’s like biting into a fresh picked Raspberry! You haven’t tried Raspberry until you’ve tried OUR Raspberry.
We are very proud of this one. Raspberries are our specialty! Bright in color and fresh tasting you are sure to love this one! Out of all the jams we make this is still a great selling jam and one raspberry lovers can’t get enough of.
Raspberry crossed with a California native Blackberry. A little more tart than the Tayberry with a strong raspberry flavor.
Nice strong flavor..my personal favortie. This oldie but goodie has been around for a long time for a reason….it’s delicious! The Logan grows dark red but is technically a blackberry. If one didn’t know better, you’d think it was a raspberry because of it’s dark red color. But, it’s tang lets you know there is a huge difference between the two.
Highly intense Washington strawberry flavor. Tastes just like a fresh picked strawberry.
Washington has great strawberries! Some people think since we have all this rain we can’t possibly have good berries….Ahh, not true. We have some of the most flavorful berries around. Try this one and you’ll be hooked!
A wonderful raspberry start with a smooth ending that warms the tongue, delicious and beautiful, MILD.
Very popular….great Raspberry flavor that everyone loves. Not too warm, but just right! We take these to parties and they are always a hit. Take a block of cream cheese and pour this over the top, use your favorite crackers and watch it disappear.
The Marionberry is lovingly considered the “Queen of the Blackberries,” best described by tasters as an “earth cabernet,” and is an extremely popular favorite here in the Northwest.
You can use this on just about anything. On top of ice cream, pancakes, waffles, crepes, or even in morning shakes to give them a little blackberry flavor. We pour Marionberry syrup on cheesecake at the holiday get togethers and it is always a huge hit! A Little goes a long way because it’s so full of flavor.