This native American variety ripens in July and the harvest of large firm fruits with delicious sweet flavor goes on for weeks. Plant with at least two other blueberry varieties to ensure adequate cross-pollination. The 5-6′ tall bushes become a
This trio of gourmet-flavored strawberries will be a cinch to grow in pots. The three colored berries;crimson red and white;will make a colorful and tasty fruit treat. These are easy to grow and easy to pick snacks;perfect for summer picnics.
This native American variety ripens in July and yields heavily for weeks. Plant with at least two other blueberry varieties to ensure adequate cross-pollination. The 5-6′ tall bushes become a blaze of crimson in the fall so they are ideal
Flesh is red crisp fiberless and delicious; skin is light greenish gray. Resistant to fusarium wilt anthracnose and sunburn. Ready for harvest 85 days after sowing. GARDEN HINTS: For early fruiting and to overcome a short growing season start seeds
The second thornless primocane-fruiting blackberry released by the University of Arkansas Prime-Ark? Traveler produces medium-large berries with good yields and has excellent vigorous plant. Berries are with good flavor and sweetness and lower acidity than other blackberries. Primocane-fruiting blackberries do
This heirloom favorite features luscious bright orange flesh. Tender and very sweet the oblong striped fruits grow to 35 lb.
Mt. Hood is a disease resistant high-yielding hop variety. Vines are easy to grow and make a wonderful privacy screen in summer. Provide them with strong supports for growing vertically. Hops die back to the ground each winter but the
This new gem bowled us over with its super sweet and juicy perfectly crisp and firm ruby red flesh. At only 6-8 lb. this seedless watermelon is a nice size for a small family and a cinch to store in
An exceptional variety with the unique combination of deep rose flowers and sweet bright red berries. Compact neat plants are ever-bearing with few to no
Emerald produces some of the largest Southern Highbush berries with a mild sweet flavor. Its rounded spreading bush habit make it a great landscape plant. Very dependable in southern climates with a low chill requirement of only 250 hours
Giants in raspberries these very large conical berries are exceptionally bright red and ripen late September through October. Fruits are firm easy to pick and easily release when handpicking. Canes produce sparse short stout spines in the fruiting region. The
You’ll love the brilliant orange flesh. It’s sweet crisp and seedless! The round fruits with dark green rinds make fun “living” fruit bowls. Mix in red for a bright and refreshing summer treat.
90 days. How dew you describe the magic of Honeydew? The flavorlighter brighter and more nuanced than cantaloupealights on the tongue like sunshine. Melons gorgeous pale-green flesh is utterly smooth and succulentswathed in a halo of blithe fragrance. Is there
The edible landscape has never been so sweet! Nocturnes 5-6 ft. plants make a striking impression abounding with vivid orange fruit that transitions to luscious dusky black. Ornamental native rabbiteye variety is vigorous adaptive and cold-hardy. Upright highbush-type plants with
Figs are loaded with flavor and vitamins. This popular variety originating in Spain produces sweet pear-shaped fruits that ripen into a rich dark purple-black with delectable red flesh. Great for jellies and jams and healthy on-the-go snacking.
These enormous watermelons are oblong with light green stripes and are ready to harvest just 100 days after sowing. GARDEN HINTS: For early fruiting and to overcome a short growing season start seeds in a warm well-lighted indoor area 3
Melons get 2′ long and weigh 30 lb. The flesh is bright pink and sweet. The rind is thin but very tough which made it a favorite of market gardeners.
This collection offers 90 days of harvest from three southern highbush blueberries with low chill requirement: Misty (300 chill hours) Jubilee (500 chill hours) and Sunshine Blue (150 chill hours). These southern highbush blueberries have been bred for heat tolerance
Jewel is an exceptional strawberry. It is widely adapted hardy and consistently produces very good yields. The fruits are large well shaped easy to pick have good texture and pleasing skin and internal color. They are great eaten fresh and
From the cool mountains of Asia this deciduous shrub is fast becoming a top notch plant for the edible landscape. Raisin-sized berries are super rich in antioxidants. Purple summer blossoms turn into bright orange-red berries in the fall. Lush plants