New from the Scottish Crop Research Institute, Glen Rosa is an exceptionally hardy mid-season variety, cropping one week later than the standard variety Glen Clova. The yields have been very heavy in official trials, consistently outyielding all standard varieties. The rounded small to medium sized fruits have a most attractive bright appetising colour and are displayed on erect spine free fruiting laterals to give very easy picking. The flavour of the fruit is good, the cropping potential impressive. However, what really makes Glen Rosa of such enormous value to the Amateur Gardener is its extreme hardiness and disease resistance. It will thrive in all parts of the country, including the extreme north, and has shown resistance to all 5 types of Aphid Virus Vector, Spur Blight, Cane Botrytis and Bushy Dwarf Raspberry Virus. Quite a claim! A highly recommended cultivar for all parts of the country.