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
The first ever-bearing black raspberry Niwot was developed by Pete Tallman in Longmont Colorado. Niwot is early ripening ever-bearing black raspberry with impressive yield and delicious fruit. It is vigorous plant with impressive summer harvest and early fall ripening starting
Whoa! The biggest gooseberry we’ve ever metand the best of the green-fruit gooseberries for fresh eating. Originating in England this prized culinary gooseberry bears sweet greenish-yellow berries the size of small plums. Delicious for pies preserves and freezing. Vigorous spiny
The best-known best-loved sour cherry. Large bright-red fruits with firm yellow flesh accomplish marvels in pies preserves and juices; good for freezing. Sour cherries are packed with healthful anti-oxidants. Taking its name from a valley in France highly adaptable tree
When Cherry Met Plum: a new romance in sweet goodness. Delectable cherry-plum cross captures and fuses the fruits flavors into a sweet new taste experience. Larger than a cherry firm sweet succulent fruit has dark cherry-red skin red flesh and
Consistently the highest-scoring apricot in taste tests. Firmly-textured succulent white flesh is exceptionally sweet and delicious. Partly self-fruitful tree will produce heftier crops if cross-pollinized with another late-flowering apricot. Late mid-season. Chilling requirement of 700 hours below 45?F.
Fruits are yellow with a slight blush and very little russeting; they are ready to harvest 2 weeks before Bartlett and can keep for 2-3 months. Flavor is extra sweet and very pleasant. Developed by Oregon State and USDA for
Collection includes one plant each of: Bluejay; medium-large berries in mid season. Blueray; very sweet extra-large early berry. Coville;Late season favorite with high yields. Herbert;jumbo-sized fruits rich and sweet. A $47.25 value for $39.95.
A cool arbor laden with grapes is a landscape treat that people have enjoyed for thousands of years. The modern gardener chooses seedless grapes for the ultimate eating pleasure. Collection contains one plant each: Mars;large purple-blue grapes in August and
Grown in your own backyard peaches picked when fully ripe are especially flavorful. Gloria is a new variety that produces large highly colored very firm yellow-fleshed freestones. They are low-acid with high sugars and are excellent dessert peaches. The very
Strawberry not to be messed with. Superhardy vigorous June bearing plants withstand infamous trio of strawberry season-spoilers: black root rot black vine weevil and Red Stele. Firm bright-red berries accessorized with dark-green foliage impart fine flavor and sense-reeling aroma. A
Medium-sized berries oval and bright red with light waxy bloom are held in attractive shouldered clusters. The flesh is firm and flavorful with fruity labrusca and strawberry overtones. Crack resistant fruits have good keeping quality. Highly regarded as an outstanding
One beauteous green grape with outstanding fruity flavor and big-time yields. Vines produce tight clusters of 3-gram berries: with humongous yields from 35-50 lbs. per vine. Grapes have soft texture and few seed traces: perfect for fresh eating jams and
Heres an exceptionally attractive and fruitful addition to your orchard or landscape. Harvested in mid to late September. Garnet?s reddish-brown berrieswhich are abundantare sweet taste: fresh or incorporated into a tasty juice. Attractive medium to large self-fertile 8-10 small tree
In November these lovely ornamental trees produce a bountiful harvest of medium-size reddish-orange fruit. Also called “Apple Persimmon” the round flattened fruits are the top fresh-eating persimmons. Firm crisp extremely sweet fruits excel in fruit salads
Black Gold is a dark red late season cherry. It blooms late and avoids spring frost problems is self-fertile and produces firm good-sized fruits without cross-pollination. Developed by Cornell University yielding heavy June crops of cherries with excellent flavor and
Jupiter’s heavyweight (4-5 grams) berries earn high marks in taste tastes. Produces abundant beautiful clusters of succulent seedless grapes that are good table grapes. As the grapes ripen in early midseason their reddish-blue color shifts to a beautiful deep blue.
Pear aficionadosand who is not?agree Hosui boasts the finest flavor of any Asian pear. Very round medium to large fruit with golden russet skins and firm juicy sweet-tart flesh mingles pearlike sweetness with applelike crunch. Columnar deciduous trees quickly grow
At the close of the blackberry season here comes the granddaddy of them all the prolific and rambling blackberry Chester. Managing the robust plant’s meandering vines is well worth the fall harvest of near-perfect fruit. Chester’s medium-sized jet black berries
Very attractive crimson red blushed fruits. Medium-sized extremely crisp creamy-white flesh with tart very good rich flavor. Midseason harvest with fruits storing for 6 months. Spreading well-branched trees are immune to scab and moderately resistant to leaf rust. Low-maintenance trees