Boyne Raspberry Plants


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Plants ship between January - July.   Ship dates are selected during checkout process.

Quantity Price
5 $31.50
25 $150.15
150 $417.90
600 $1,210.65
1,000 $1,390.20

Released in 1960, Boyne raspberry is an early-season variety that is extremely winter hardy. It consistently produces deep-red, medium-sized berries. The medium sweet, aromatic flavor makes it great for freezing and jam. It will grow where other varieties experience winter injury damage to the canes.


Berry Color: Red
Berry Size: Medium
Best in Zones: 3 - 7
Firmness: Moderate
Freezing Quality: Excellent
Winter Hardy: Excellent
Ships as: Bare Root
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We recommend a soil pH level of 6.5 - 6.8 for raspberry plants.
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This Summer Bearing Raspberry Plant bears fruit 1 year after planting.
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Easy to grow!
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This is what one raspberry plant looks like when it is shipped.


Canes appropriate to a fairly small space because they do not grow more than 5-6 feet in my plot. However, new plants pop up frequently away from the original plants and I regard them as somewhat invasive in a home garden. Fruit is sweet when sufficiently ripe but tends to be smaller and softer toward the end of season,

Upstate New York
Home Grower
Zone 5

I purchased Boyne in 2010 and again in 2011 along with 4 or 5 other varieties - Boyne is the one that has both produced and survived.
Flavor, size, yield ... I can't say enough good about this hardy producer - I plan on planting more in 2023.

Charlie R
Home Grower
Zone 3

Great plants at a great price. Fast growing and easy to care for all season. The taste is great and the only problem I have is I need more room to grow more plants! I recommend this variety to anyone that loves raspberries.

Rick B
Home Grower
Zone 6

The 5 plants we ordered are growing slowly and short in stature. Our bed is in a shaded and damp location. I trimmed back surrounding plants to see what happens next year.

Home Grower
Zone 3

So, for you folks outside of the “easy” zone 4 and 5s, this review is for you :). I am in zone 3 (northern Minnesota), I have the option of either sand or clay for soil, and the winter temps the last 2 years have tickled 40 below. Also, I am a novice gardener. I know that is a formula for catastrophe. However, I bought both Boyne and Nova raspberries from Nourse and both have flourished! Their website is just terrific, and if you are really clueless (me), they are wonderful at answering questions. I have had nearly 100% survival and production from the excellent product that I have received from Nourse. Both my son and daughter have had similar impressive results. Same great results with strawberries and asparagus. Yup... I am now a dedicated fan :)

Brian C.
Home Grower
Zone 3

We are starting a small U pick business. I ordered the majority of plants from Nourse based on excellent reviews by previous customers and the education available on the Nourse web site.
We made the right decision. The bare root plants were large and had impressive roots . Nearly 100 percent of plants grew and continue to grow vigorously producing a fair amount of berries which we did not expect in the first year. Only 60 to 70 per cent of the plants we received from a competing nursery grew and with much less vigor despite the same care. I can’t foresee any competitor matching or exceeding the value of product from Nourse.

Dave F
Commercial Grower
Zone 4

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