Trailblazing new raspberry comes to us from Switzerland where berries are taken seriously. A cross of Autumn Bliss and ‘Tulameen’ TulaMagic? delivers two harvests of large firm sweet-tasting light-red berries with high aroma. First a Summerbearing floricane harvest
This June-bearing type merrily keeps on producing well into July;making it the latest ripening variety by far. This Italian variety’s sweet rich red strawberries make for scrumptious summery desserts. US Plant Patent #21201.
Hannah’s Choice is an outstanding blueberry with medium to large firm flavorful fruits. An early season variety that is adapted especially to the Northeast. Plants are upright and bushy with pink-tinged flowers and wavy-edged leaves. It’s one of several blueberries
Spellbinding Japanese apricot tree dazzles with an refined silhouette lavish display of pale rose-colored blossoms and pretty tiny apricots that are best enjoyed pickled. In late February to early March elegant small tress burst into bloom with lovely spicily scented
Uniform medium-sized fruits are lighter blue and very firm. Berries stay firm and sweet on the bush for several weeks. Moderate to low-growing bushes have beautiful blue-green foliage. Plant with another variety to increase yield and size of fruits. One
Encore released by Cornell University is very winter hardy and the choice for filling the gap between summer and fall raspberries. The flavor of raspberries is one of subtle sweetness complemented by a luminous tanginess. Nearly spineless this late-season red
Prodigious cultivar yields a delectable bounty of enticing large red fruit nutrition-packed with vitamin C. Self-fertile 4-5 plants fragrant purple-rose 2 flowers bloom summer into fall; autumn brings the outsize (5+ lbs.) crop of delicious berries. Fall also brings large
Our Tricolor collection is an outstanding mix of color and flavor. One plant each of Fall Gold (yellow) Heritage (red) Jewel (black) and Killarney (red).
This old reliable variety has medium-sized berries that ripen in late season and are superb for baking. Easy-to-grow vigorous plants make wonderful upright hedges growing to 6-8 feet high. Foliage turns flaming orange in the fall.
This collection offers three northern highbush blueberries: Patriot Spartan and Jersey. These are high-chill requirement varieties widely planted throughout the northern US and southern Canada. We have selected three that will produce continuously over a 90-day period. Northern highbush varieties
A member of the fragrant honeysuckle family and native to western North America honeyberries ripen in early spring as 1″ blue-purple seedless berries. Berry flavor is noticeably similar to blueberries and is wonderful for fresh eating or making preserves. Honeyberries
To span the growing season we put together a collection of four of our favorite raspberries. You get three plants each of: Heritage Fall Gold Killarney ;Jewel
Elderberry is very ornamental with beautiful foliage and large delicate clusters of tiny white flowers in early summer. It has been used in folk remedies for centuries and the purple-black berries are good for preserves flavoring wine and additions to
Coville produces high yields of large sweet berries and has good disease resistance. Blueberry plants require pollination from at least one other blueberry variety; plant several varieties for improved fruit set and long harvest. Blueberry is a native shrub that
Standout European selection is a dream come true for raspberry-lovers. Producing harvests both summer and fall Amiras easy-picking large sweet fruit keeps three or four days longer than other varieties. Choice raspberry for fresh eating jams and jellies. Vigorous adaptable
Prelude offers a sweet payload of great big firm red berries with shimmery-sweet flavor! Early-midseason summer bearing super producer provides a nice long fruiting season. US Plant Patent #11747
Reap your own American harvest of red white and blue grapes. Collection includes Mars Jupiter and Neptune; sweetly delicious varieties bred by the University of Arkansas. Berries have fruity to light muscat and Old World flavors. A bery easy-to-grow grape
Now for something completely different;a fruit like no other. The flavor of this rose-relative is a culinary collage of loquat kumquat fig and dates with smoky spicy overtones: a bit like apple-butter. Growing on deciduous 20-foot tall trees weirdly wonderful-looking
Cornelian Cherries have been cultivated since ancient times. They are one of the first shrubs to flower in spring and produce oblong drupe fruit in bright cherry red. Cornus mass Elegant was selected for its flower size and fruit quality.
This small and elegant 8-10 tree originated in Korea and China yet we refer it as the Japanese Apricot. Often featured in oriental paintings and cultivated for 1 500 years ornamental tree is beloved in Asia because of its astonishing