Early to midseason June-bearing plants are vigorous and very productive, producing over extended periods at low latitudes. The well-formed flat wedge-shaped fruits are very firm and large with brilliant red color and very flavorful taste.
Star Fruit ‘Dwarf Hawaiian' (Averrhoa carambola) Rare and hard-to-find, ‘Dwarf Hawaiian' is a wonderful star fruit for containers since it produces an abundance of sweet, pale yellow fruit once it reaches 2' in height.
Grows 3-5' wide and tall. Produces edible berries the size of currants in grape-like clusters in the fall. Also known as Oregon Grapeholly, this is a native evergreen that grows in sun or shade! Yellow flowers are born in clusters in early spring.
Colors: Blue, Green, Yellow
Plant Lighting: Full Sun, Partial Sun/Shade, Full Shade
Northsky is the most cold-hardy of all blueberries and can survive extreme winter conditions. Northern highbush blueberries require 800 to 1000 chill hours to set fruit. Fruits are small is size but with fresh wild flavor.
After unpacking, allow the plant a few days to gradually acclimate to full exposure. The plant will require re-potting to a larger container as it grows. At home in a container, strategically placed plants will scent the air on a patio or near open windows.
Before new growth begins, prune off twiggy growth, leaving only main stems to prevent overbearing; feed with an acidic fertilizer. Sunshine Blue is an ornamental evergreen and produces an abundance of dime-sized, delicious berries.
There is no American Gardening tradition stronger than the harvesting of grapes and making jelly and jams. Collection contains 1 plant of each Marquis, Mars and Reliance. Easy to grow, our collection offers 3 very hardy varieties.
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 growing problems: perfect for the home garden.
The fruits are large, well shaped, easy to pick, have good texture and pleasing skin and internal color. Jewel is an exceptional strawberry. It is widely adapted, hardy and consistently produces very good yields.
Like the Tomato, the Goji Berry is a member of the Nightshade family, Solanaceae, so eating anything but the fruit could cause an allergic reaction if used improperly although in Asia the leaves, flowers, and root bark are all used medicinally.
The flavor—lighter, brighter and more nuanced than cantaloupe—alights on the tongue like sunshine. Fruits, loaded with vitamins C and B6, folate and potassium. Dark-green vines produce five hefty 5-6 lb.
Eat them for taste and health! * Self-pollinating * Frequently used for jams & jellies * Cold tolerant The ideal soil pH should be 5.8 to 6.5. Raspberries are rich source of vitamin C and they are high in manganese.
It is hardy in Zones 6-10 and should be planted in full sun or partial shade. It has a high quality yield and is noted for its disease resistance. The Sumner Pecan tree is an excellent choice for a home or orchard.
Very productive, flowers at a young age and over a long period. Please consult a licensed physician prior to using any plant as a medicinal herbal remedy. Obviously we cannot recommend the use of this plant herbally.
It requires full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. It is semi-self-pollinating. This non-astringent persimmon is deep orange with a light orange flesh and it ripens in late October or early November.
✓ For areas with well-drained soil in the full sun or partial shade
✓ Naturally resistant to disease and pests
✓ Mature size of 20 ft. to 30 ft. tall x 20 ft. to 30 ft. wide
The sweet bananas are dessert quality, and the plant is very productive. Cut back on watering during the winter to prevent root disease. It starts fruiting at 5-6' tall and makes an excellent container plant.
Plants tend to be compact with dark purple canes that are attractive in container and small garden plots. Expect bountiful harvests of dark, shiny berries in the fall. Fruits are medium-large, conical with excellent flavor.
Black Chokeberry is an easy-to-grow native plant that's loaded with black berries that ripen in late summer and can hang on the bush throughout winter. Highly ornamental shrub features white blooms and glossy green foliage.
✓ Adaptable to a wide range of soils but moist, fertile well drained soil is best
Fig trees do best where they get at least 8 hours of direct sun per day. Once well established, they are fairly drought tolerant but extended dry periods can cause leaf and fruit drop as well as early dormancy.
Exceptional hardy variety which is disease-resistant to bacterial spot. Peach Contender trees yields medium to large red fruit, both juicy and sweet. Excellent choice for northern gardens, but grows equally well into zone 8.
✓ Pink flowers that blooms in spring
✓ Can be grown in regions where temperatures fall well below zero