- Dependable heavy yields
- Fruit is very sweet, quite flavorful
- Ideal for baking, preserves, sauces, freezing
- Good choice for Northern gardens
- Self-pollinating variety
Specially developed in Canada to withstand cold temperatures, Boyne is a true winter-hardy plant that produces reliably heavy yields. Very sweet, flavorful berries appear in abundance in early summer for a season full of delicious treats such as muffins, pies, sauces and preserves. You'll still have enough fruit to freeze for later use. These deep red jewels are the perfect cold-weather pick-me-up in nutritious smoothies or a warming bowl of oatmeal. Perfect for northern gardens, it also exhibits excellent disease resistance and reliable growth! Grows 3-4 ft. tall with a 2-3 ft. spread. Self-pollinating. Zones 3-7.