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. These grapes are self-pollinating. Space vines 8-10 ft. apart on a
Late summer into fall is the sweetest time of year: blackberry season. Developed by our friends at the University of Arkansas this choice blackberry offers up an abundance of delicious medium large fruits over an extended harvest. Berries have long
Enjoy a bountiful harvest during the traditional strawberry season. Our earliest top quality high-yielding berry. Glossy deep red firm and very sweet. Grows best in full sun. Zones 4-8.
A toast to summer Marquette is an early-ripening high-yielding grape that abounds with small to midsize berries. Cold-hardy and disease-resistant.
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
Chandler is a favorite in the home garden and is famous for having the world’s largest blueberries. It is late ripening and has an extended harvest period.
There is no American Gardening tradition stronger than the harvesting of grapes and making jelly and jams. Easy to grow our collection offers 3 very hardy varieties. Collection contains 1 plant of each Marquis Mars and Reliance.
These blackberries just keep on coming. Gardeners are so smitten with Darrow’s long harvest large berries and gourmet blackberry flavor they don’t mind the thorns. The berries are fantastic: large luscious with great true blackberry flavor. Plants grow upright with
Grapes on an arbor add beauty to any landscape. This one is self-pollinating and ripens August-September. Space vines 8-10 ft. apart on a strong arbor fence or trellis.
Very early fruiting Oneal is considered to be the best tasting of all Southern Highbush blueberries. The correct soil pH is important and should be 4.55.5 for success with this variety. Oneal has a chilling requirement of 500-600 hours.
Early to fruit the medium-to-large sky blue berries are spicy sweet. The upright spreading 4-6 feet tall plants have bright blue-green foliage that contrasts with pinky-white flowers in spring and make lovely ornamental shrubs with the foliage turning burgundy in
Royalty is one of the largest red raspberries available. When ripe it’s soft purple in color has a light fresh taste and is ideal for making an outstanding jam. High yielding and cold-hardy.
Patriot is a superb variety for both container and landscape use. Low 3-5 feet bushes have attractive open spreading habit with fiery red to orange foliage in the fall. It’s cold-hardy and widely adaptable.
Luscious flavor and heavy yields of juicy sweet red fruits. Space 3′ apart in rows 6′ apart. Plants produce berries on old canes in early summer and on new canes from August to frost. Vigorous and hardy. Self-pollinating. Grows best
These large juicy-sweet blue-black berries grow abundantly for five of your summer’s sweetest weeks. Enjoy the firm nutritious berries as a snack or instant dessert; and they’re superb in a pie mousse or sorbet. The thornless blackberry plants are upright
Very sweet light blue fruits resist cracking. Ripen in July and the harvest goes on 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