Introduction from Nova Scotia with exceptional vigor. Large early to ripen fruit with aromatic flavor. Prized for its high yields firm berries and great for freezing. It’s resistant to foliar diseases and performs well in heavier soils. Zones: 4-8.
Native fruit-producing trees to 20′ tall have purple blooms and large leaves followed by clusters of yellow-green fruit. Tasting like sweet bananas the 3-5″ 8 oz. oblong fruits ripen to a brownish color and are used in pastries and breads.
Albion an everbearing type is a new variety from California with long conical symmetrical; firm fruit bursting with sweetness. Resists Verticillium wilt Phytophthora crown rot and resistance to anthracnose crown rot. US Plant Patent #16228.
Gourmets regard this delectable striped orange-red beauty as one of the finest apples of all. Classic English variety is firm crisp juicy and richly aromatic with spicy hints. Medium-sized fruits are perfect dessert apples and the best choice for homemade
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 Jewel strawberry deliciously arrives in midseason and
Compact upright 3 deciduous shrub that thrives in full sun to part shade conjuring pendant clusters of large easy-picking black berries. Ben Sarek is a renaissance black berry: excellent eaten fresh off the shrub or pressed into service in jam
Bushy easy to manage thornless bush with spinefree canes produces a bumper crop of incredibly luscious gourmet raspberries. Berry plants are self-fruitful so a single plant will supply ample fruit from early to late summer. Plenty of berries for fresh
Figs make for delicious and dependable warm-weather friends. Developed in Texas and suited for hot climates giant blue fig features delicious melting amber flesh and purple skin. Delicious fresh or dried. fresh or dried. The go-to fig if you live in Texas
John Boy is a popular commercial peach variety with large firm fruits of very high quality. The trees are vigorous and productive and are resistant to bacterial spot.
Late season variety bred in the Netherlands Rovada reigns as number one red currant in Europe. We seeand tastewhy. Easy-pick cultivar produces stupendous cropscluster after cluster of really large lovely translucent red berries. Fruits ripening in late July are downright
The original USDA day neutral introduction which abounds in flavor and produces high yields in spring summer and fall. The fall crop is outstanding with an abundance of firm and sweet berries. Perfect for the garden border easy to care
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
These almost thornless plants produce berries that are borne on slender stems hanging below the branches and so easy to pick. Bred in North Dakota Pixwell is very winter hardy very productive and resistant to powdery mildew. Good for fresh
Very productive plants with medium to large firm very flavorful berries. Plants are vigorous and fruits around the same time as Bluecrop. Beats the yield of Duke. One of several blueberries developed by the USDA breeder Dr. Mark Ehlenfeldt.
These large firm berries tend to be tart but sweeten when fully ripe. Plants are upright and bushy with numerous buds and heavy flowering. A flavorful addition to your southern blueberry patch.
Killarney is the hardiest raspberry we know; it’s also disease-resistant and bears medium-sized very bright red berries that have good flavor and freeze well. Ripens early and bears for 4-5 weeks. Recommended for colder climates.
Upright growth habit allows for excellent air circulation which keeps the foliage and berries clean and free from fungus. A mid-summer fruiting raspberry that has a nice cluster for easy harvest of the firm glossy berries no bleeding.