Self-fertile and a good pollinator of other plums too with firm excellent fruits. The large fruits are an attractive reddish-purple with bright yellow flesh. Santa Rosa is very early to harvest and one of the enduring Luther Burbank creations. Expect
Bartlett is very productive with large fruits of excellent quality and is considered the best for canning. Harvest in late August and eat when fully ripe to savor its juicy sweetness. Bartlett is a partly self-fertile variety but it will
These unstoppable producers are perfect for containers or raised beds. From June until frost this French variety produces a non-stop harvest of fragrant lusciously sweet plump strawberries. US Plant Patent #08517.
Blueberries in abundance! Herbert produces a profusion of jumbo-sized fruits with a rich sweet slightly tart flavor; it’s a late-season variety and very winter hardy. Perfect.
Very productive little Plum tree with prolonged harvest. Columnar narrow growing habit allows growing in small gardens; as many as three trees could be planted in 10 square feet space. Since it is self fruiting it doesnt need polleniser. Maroon
A fruit dream come true Pluot? is a sublime hybrid of 70% plum 30% apricot. Flavor Supremes sweet richly flavored medium to large fruits triumph in taste tests. Attractive trees produce large delicious harvest of prettily mottled green-maroon fruits with
Hazelnuts or American filberts yield small edible egg-shaped nuts around 1/2 inch long enclosed in brown husks. Nuts mature and drop to the ground in late summer to early fall. Hazelnuts are relished by wildlife and are superb raw or
In May enchanting 8-10 plant unleashes a profusion of fragrant white flowers. Amber is lovely too come September: festooned with sweet tasty nutritious large light-yellow fruit. Berries are great enjoyed fresh
Himbo Top is a standout for berry size flavor and yields. Fall-bearing variety produces unexpectedly large quantities of very big firm aromatic bright-red berries. Eat fresh or save for home-made desserts. Easy-picking sweet
Plums as lovely as they are delicious. Attractive flowering trees produce a mouth-watering harvest of large oblong purple fruits with succulent greenish-yellow flesh that turns red when cooked. Fruits are blessed with lovely intense flavor and sweetness: delicious fresh or
Sw-e-e-et! High-yielding 10-12 small plants with pretty white blooms produce an outsize harvest of shapely delicious large strawberries. Sweetheart variety was a standout variety in our trials. A pretty and irresistible choice for a small patio container.
Neptune’s prodigiously large clusters of sweet seedless fruit ripen uniformly for easy picking. Non-cracking and fungus-resistant Neptune’s a good choice for organic growers.
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
Red Jonkheer Van Tets’ gets high marks for the flavor of the midsize berries which just get sweeter and sweetereven after berries are full color. Outclasses other early varieties. Hardy upright easy-picking bush with excellent habit matures in early July
Legacy is a very productive blueberry that produces firm sweet aromatic fruit for an extended period in late mid-season. Fruit is large and stores well; plants are vigorous upright and have good disease resistance. Legacy is one of several noteworthy
The berry patch will be filled all summer with delicious strawberries. We’ve selected the three very best strawberries so you can enjoy the longest strawberry harvest ever. Earliglow strawberry sweetly starts the season Tribute strawberryyields abundantly in all three seasons
Fruits are crisp and tart and develop sugars in storage and resist browning when cut- a great choice for yellow sauces. Gold Rush is resistant to scab and mildew and does well in southern warmer growing areas. To ensure cross-pollination
Coming to an edible landscape near you. Attractive early-to-fruit high-yielding 4-5 shrubs produce a prodigality of large perfectly sweet red raspberries. The bountiful berry harvest preceded by a pretty show of five-petaled white flowers comes two or more days before