Plants are thorny
Bushes have trailing canes
Fruit weight is 4 g
Berries have a conical shape
Fruiting habit - floricane fruiting (summer-bearing)
Flowering on floricanes starts in the third week of June
Ripening date (regular) - third week of August
Cold hardiness is excellent
Country of origin - United States
Current status - obsolete or rarely used
Bushes are medium in size and vigor, have numerous green (changing to dark reddish brown) canes with small thorns. The leaves heavily tinged with red late in the season. Root suckers are aggressively grow at the significant distance from bush, which leads to a rapid uncontrolled reproduction of the plant.
Flowers early, blooming period is very long (from mid-June). Flowers are small with white color, have 3-5 leaflets.
Fruit of Agawam are very variable in size and color, vary differ in shape and drupelets size. Drupelets typically are large, rounded, with strong coherence. The berries are small to medium in size, very attractive in appearance, ship and store well. Harvest season is very long until the first autumn frosts.
The plants are more winter-hardy than most other modern varieties, resist drouth well.