Berries

Most berries grow in tight compact clusters and tend to be easier to grow and harvest than fruit trees. Berries are best homegrown since they are rapidly perishable and the flavor is quickly lost on a supermarket shelf. They can be harvested at their peak ripeness as the tender fruit drips with succulent sweet flavor in your home garden. They typically begin fruiting in one to two years of planting.


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BLACK BUTTE Oregon

BLACK BUTTE Oregon

The world's largest blackberry, the fruit averages 1 inch in...
$25.00

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BOYNE RASPBERRY

BOYNE RASPBERRY

The Boyne Raspberry is extremely cold hardy red raspberry,...
$25.00

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BOYSENBERRY Rubus ursinus var. loganobaccus , 1923

BOYSENBERRY Rubus ursinus var. loganobaccus, 1923

Boysenberries are very large, almost seedless, soft, juicy, dark...
$30.00

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CRANDALL BLACK CURRANT Ribes odoratum

CRANDALL BLACK CURRANT Ribes odoratum

Large black currants in clusters with sweet-tart flavor....
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FALL GOLD RASPBERRY

FALL GOLD RASPBERRY

The Fall Gold Raspberry is a large, non-crumbling sweet golden...
$25.00

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HERITAGE RED RASPBERRY Origin New York

HERITAGE RED RASPBERRY Origin New York

The Heritage Raspberry is a large size, very firm, dark red...
$25.00

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HINNOMAKI RED GOOSEBERRY Finland

HINNOMAKI RED GOOSEBERRY Finland

Hinnomaki Red Gooseberry are dark red medium size fruit with...
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LOGANBERRY

LOGANBERRY

Loganberries are believed to be a wild cross between blackberry...
$25.00

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MARIONBERRY

MARIONBERRY

Marionberries have a very full, sweet flavor with a hint of wild...
$30.00

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OLLALIE (BLACKBERRY) Rubus occidentalis , Oregon

OLLALIE (BLACKBERRY) Rubus occidentalis, Oregon

Firm, black, very large, long berries. Sweeter than others, with...
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