Plants are thorny
Bushes have erect canes
Fruit weight is 7 g
Berries have a oblong shape
Fruiting habit - floricane fruiting (summer-bearing)
Begins to bloom in the fourth week of April
Harvest season starts in the second week of June
Cold hardiness is extremely high
Country of origin - United States
Current status - obsolete or rarely used
Stems of this variety is very thorny and erect. Height of bush is around 150-170 cm. First berries ripen around the beginning of June (first or second week). Cheyenne has large berries with very good aroma and high yield. Taste is sweet and low-acidic with raspberry aftertaste. Because fruit are firm, machine-harvesting is applicable.
Cheyenne have excellent winter hardiness and is usable for cultivation in cold northern areas. It is resistant to orange rust and tolerant to several other diseases.