• 3-Season Blueberry Trio

    3-Season Blueberry Trio

    Here is your chance to enjoy delicious blueberries nonstop from early to late season! Duke starts early, producing heavy yields of firm berries, followed by the slightly tart Bluecrop in midseason. Last but certainly not least, late-ripening Darrow produces some of the largest blueberries possible! All three varieties grow 4-6' tall. 3" pot. Zones 4-8 Vaccinium Duke, Bluecrop, Darrow Not available in CA, GA, MI, OR, WA

  • Anne Yellow Raspberry

    Anne Yellow Raspberry

    Unusual lemon-yellow raspberries are both attractive and tasty! Highly productive variety yields lots of sugary-sweet berries in late summer to early fall. Self-pollinating. Grows 4-5' tall. #1, 1-yr. bareroot plants. Zones 4-9 Rubus idaeus ‘Anne’ PP10411

  • Apache Rubus Blackberry Shrub

    Apache Rubus Blackberry Shrub

    Plant Patent 11,865'Apache' is a premier name in blackberries, and whether you've grown this fruit before or are a novice, you'll find it low maintenance, dependable, and simply delicious. Developed by the University of Arkansas from the old favorite 'Navaho,' this late-ripening variety sets larger fruit in tremendous quantities on thornless, erect plants that adapt to a wide range of climates. Who could ask for anything more?Reaching 6 feet high and about 2 to 3 feet wide, this shrub quickly establishes in the sunny garden, setting white to pale pink flowers in late spring, followed by extra-large, glossy dark purple…

    Plant Patent 11,865'Apache' is a premier name in blackberries, and whether you've grown this fruit before or are a novice, you'll find it low maintenance, dependable, and simply delicious. Developed by the University of Arkansas from the old favorite 'Navaho,' this late-ripening variety sets larger fruit in tremendous quantities on thornless, erect plants that adapt to a wide range of climates. Who could ask for anything more?Reaching 6 feet high and about 2 to 3 feet wide, this shrub quickly establishes in the sunny garden, setting white to pale pink flowers in late spring, followed by extra-large, glossy dark purple…

  • Beauty Berry Profusion Shrub

    Beauty Berry Profusion Shrub

    Profusion is one of the most outstanding of all fruiting shrubs! Dense cymes of small lavender flowers bloom by the thousands in late summer. The blooms are followed by masses of spectacular violet-purple berries which can last until Christmas. Profusion grows 8 to 10 feet tall with slender, erect branches.A wonderful source of color for winter arrangements, this is a specially selected (and hard-to-find!) clone from Europe.This vigorous shrub flourishes in sun or light shade. Once established, prune every spring, as it flowers on new growth. Plant 10 to 12 feet apart. Zones 5-8. 1

  • Blue Forest™ Honeyberry Plant

    Blue Forest™ Honeyberry Plant

    Beloved in Europe and Asia for centuries but almost unknown here, Honeyberry is a relative of the Honeysuckle with sweet, succulent, VERY edible fruit resembling blueberries. A shade-lover, it bears lovely white flowers in spring, followed in early summer by some of the juiciest, most delectable little berries you will ever taste. You've got to try it!Blue Forest™ is a compact Honeyberry, a foot or two smaller than the old favoriteand just as easy to grow in regular to poor, moist soil and any shady spot (except in the northernmost portion of its hardiness range, where some sun is preferred.)…

  • Blue Velvet® Honeyberry Plant

    Blue Velvet® Honeyberry Plant

    Beloved in Europe and Asia for centuries but almost unknown here, Honeyberry is a relative of the Honeysuckle with sweet, succulent, VERY edible fruit resembling blueberries. A shade-lover, it bears lovely white flowers in spring, followed in early summer by some of the juiciest, most delectable little berries you will ever taste. You've got to try it!Blue Velvet™ is about 4 to 5 feet tall, and very easy to grow in regular to poor, moist soil and any shady spot (except in the northernmost portion of its hardiness range, where some sun is preferred.) The 1½-inch, cylindrical blue fruit ripens…

  • Blueberry Plant Collection

    Blueberry Plant Collection

    A collection of three highbush blueberry varieties selected to ensure a season-long harvest. Collection includes one 18 month-old plant each of Patriot (Early), Northland (Midseason), and Jersey (Late). Each variety offers large, tasty berries, vigorous growth habit, and grow best in Zones 4-7. Multiple varieties are needed in one planting, as cross-pollination will produce a better crop. (Varieties subject to change depending upon availability.)

  • Calibrachoa Superbells® Blackberry Punch

    Calibrachoa Superbells® Blackberry Punch

    Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: 'Uscal68604.'It's an entirely new look for Calibrachoa, and Superbells® Blackberry Punch has it! This magenta-purple blend with a large dark halo around a yellow center is striking even from a distance, blending nicely with terra-cotta accents and standing out brilliantly against green-leaved plants. Add to this all the Superbells® advantages, and you have an ultra long-blooming, free-flowering plant that stands up to heat, humidity, and drought!This is a trailing Calibrachoa, just 8 to 14 inches high but ready to spread up to 3 feet long, setting blooms every inch of the way! And such…

  • Calibrachoa Superbells® Coralberry Punch

    Calibrachoa Superbells® Coralberry Punch

    Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: 'Uscal66501.'It's an entirely new look for Mini Petunia, and Superbells® Coralberry's got it! This salmon-coral blend with a large dark halo around a yellow center is striking even from a distance, blending nicely with terra-cotta accents and standing out brilliantly against green-leaved plants. Add to this all the Superbells® advantages, and you have an ultra long-blooming, free-flowering plant that stands up to heat, humidity, and drought!This is a trailing Calibrachoa, just 8 to 12 inches high but ready to spread up to 3 feet long, setting blooms every inch of the way! And such…

  • Caroline

    Caroline

    Miseason fall-bearing variety with superior raspberry flavor and high yields. Grows best in Zones 4-7.

  • Caroline Red Raspberry

    Caroline Red Raspberry

    This prolific variety produces some of the largest berries we’ve seen. Ripening in early summer before another crop appears in late summer to early fall, the richly flavored fruits are wonderful for fresh eating, canning and in jam, jelly, sauces and desserts. Self-pollinating. Grows 4-6' tall. #1, 1-yr bareroot plants. Zones 4-9 Rubus idaeus ‘Caroline’ PP10412

  • Chester Blackberry

    Chester Blackberry

    Thornless variety produces very sweet, large, glossy purple-black berries that are perfect for fresh eating or baking. The fruit is produced midsummer, on the previous season’s growth. Self-pollinating. Grows 4-5' tall. #1, 1-yr bareroot plants. Zones 5-8 Rubus fruticosus ‘Chester’

  • Columbine Double Pleat Blackberry™

    Columbine Double Pleat Blackberry™

    It's impossible to do these incredible flowers justice with a photograph and words -- you're simply going to have to grow them for yourself! Layers and layers of rich violet petals edged in white dangle from sturdy stems in late spring and early summer, luring in hummingbirds and compliments on a daily basis. Starred with a golden center, these are the most magnificently beautiful and distinctive flowers you will find anywhere!These double-flowered blooms are held in the "hose-in-hose" form that gives Columbine its common name of Granny's Bonnet (as opposed to thealso uniquely lovely but very different!). Absolutely breathtaking, they…

  • Duchesnea 'Harlequin '

    Duchesnea 'Harlequin '

    Lovely ornamental! Commonly known as Indian Strawberry, this variety produces bright yellow flowers followed by edible red fruit, similar to Alpine. Deep green foliage is a perfect addition to hanging baskets or rock gardens where it can tumble over sides. Also an excellent ground cover plant. Flowers in spring, fruits in early summer.Z4-9. 3-4in.

  • Dwarf Blueberry 'Sunshine Blue'

    Dwarf Blueberry 'Sunshine Blue'

    This Blueberry has so many excellent qualities that it's almost a new kind of plant -- the ultimate edible ornamental! It has a dense, rounded, semi-dwarf form only 3- to 4-feet high and wide, making it a great choice for containers. The glossy silvery-green leaves are semi-evergreen, so you can plant it anywhere for year-round color! In spring, masses of pink flowers (instead of the white typical of Blueberries!) grace the lovely branches, followed by berries ... LOTS of berries!Each petite plant bears anywhere from 5 to 10 pounds of the most delicious, dime-sized, dark blue berries you will ever…

    This Blueberry has so many excellent qualities that it's almost a new kind of plant -- the ultimate edible ornamental! It has a dense, rounded, semi-dwarf form only 3- to 4-feet high and wide, making it a great choice for containers. The glossy silvery-green leaves are semi-evergreen, so you can plant it anywhere for year-round color! In spring, masses of pink flowers (instead of the white typical of Blueberries!) grace the lovely branches, followed by berries ... LOTS of berries!Each petite plant bears anywhere from 5 to 10 pounds of the most delicious, dime-sized, dark blue berries you will ever…

  • Dwarf Tophat Blueberry

    Dwarf Tophat Blueberry

    Perfect for small yards and container growing, this lowbush variety provides both berries and a spectacular color show! White, bell-shaped flowers make way for small, sweet berries before turning to crimson foliage in the fall. Matures in 3-4 years to a height of 16-24in. Self-pollinating. Z3-7 (Sorry, cannot ship to CA, GA, MI, OR, WA.)

  • Elderberry ‘Black Beauty’

    Elderberry ‘Black Beauty’

    This dramatic border shrub remains a deep shade of purple the entire growing season. Butterflies love the clusters of citrus-scented pink blossoms that appear in summer, and birds will flock to the dark purple berries that follow. Reaches 8-10' tall and wide. Ships in 4'' pots. Sambucus nigra ‘Gerda’ PP12305. Height: 8-10' Zones: 3-8 Bloom Time: Summer Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

  • Everbearing Strawberry Sampler Collection

    Everbearing Strawberry Sampler Collection

    Berries from early summer into early fall! It's every gardener's dream, and with this money-saving collection of 3 of the finest everbearing cultivars, you can make it a reality in your own sunny garden!If you're new to everbearers, they set 2 to 3 crops over a long spring-through-fall season rather than the single larger crop produced by the June-bearers. The plants tend to set fewer runners, so they're a good choice for smaller space plantings. And the berries, though smaller than some June-beaerers, are more fragrant. And talk about delicious --!In this collection you get 3 of the best everbearers:Developed…

  • Eversweet Strawberry

    Eversweet Strawberry

    Eversweet is a fitting name for this everbearing strawberry, which produces its first crop of exceptionally sweet and flavorful fruit in spring and then subsequent crops at six week intervals throughout the summer and into fall. Tolerant of temperatures well above 100?F with no loss of fruit quality! Zones 5-8.

  • Garden Huckleberry

    Garden Huckleberry

    (Solanum melanocerasum) 75 days. Large purple berries that are cooked and sweetened, (do not eat raw). Great in pies; huge yields of fruit all summer long. Plant 14 inches apart. Strong tall plants do not have to be staked. Grow plants like peppers. Great for anyone wanting quick easy berries and a huge yield. Originated in Africa. Only eat fully ripened fruit with no green left on the berry, as unripened fruit can be poisonous.

  • Giant Cape Gooseberry

    Giant Cape Gooseberry

    (Physalis peruviana) The cape gooseberry is native to Brazil and was grown in England by 1774. It was cultivated by settlers at the Cape of Good Hope before 1807. The delicious yellow-orange fruit grow inside paper-like husks that are easy to peel. They are great dipped in melted chocolate or made into pies and preserves.

  • Goji Berry

    Goji Berry

    Claimed to enhance the immune system, improve eyesight and circulation, and protect the liver, Goji Berries are truly a superfood. Small clusters of white-to-lilac funnel-shaped blooms make way for bright orange-red, 1/2" to 1" berries in late spring through late fall. The fruit has a slightly sweet, mildly tangy flavor and can be eaten fresh, made into juice, wine or herbal tea, or dried and enjoyed as a snack similar to raisins. Grows 8-10' tall. Ships in a 3" pot. Zones 5-9 Lycium barbarum

  • Goji Berry Lycium barbarum Shrub

    Goji Berry Lycium barbarum Shrub

    Amazingly nutritious and so easy to grow, this vining shrub is finally making inroads in American gardens. Goji Berry has been a staple of Far Eastern diets for many years, but the antioxidant-rich, protein-intensive berry is now coming to our plates . . . via an easy, fast-growing vining shrub in the sunny to partly shaded garden!Goji Berry has been called a superfruit because it so rich in health benefits. Nearly 13% protein, it is also very high in vitamin C, and is a powerful antioxidant. Eaten fresh from the vine or dried and then cooked, it has a pleasant,…

  • Heritage Red Raspberry

    Heritage Red Raspberry

    Everbearing, large, dark red raspberry. Mild flavor with superior quality for fresh eating, freezing, jams and jellies. Bears first crop in early summer, followed by the best crop in early fall. 5-6' upright canes. #1, 1-yr. bareroot plants. Zones 3-8 Rubus x ‘Heritage’ Height: 5-6' Zones: 3-8 Light: Full Sun

  • Honeyberry ‘Honey Sweet’

    Honeyberry ‘Honey Sweet’

    Enjoy the flavor of wild blueberries in mid to late spring! Exceptionally hardy shrubs, long valued in Japan, can reach 6-8' tall and bear white tubular flowers followed by large blue berries. Space 4-6' apart. Plant both varieties for cross-pollination. Zones 3-9. Ships in a 4" pot. Lonicera caerulea subsp. edulis

  • Honeyberry ‘Wild Honey’

    Honeyberry ‘Wild Honey’

    Enjoy the flavor of wild blueberries in mid to late spring! Exceptionally hardy shrubs, long valued in Japan, can reach 6-8' tall and bear white tubular flowers followed by large blue berries. Space 4-6' apart. Plant both varieties for cross-pollination. Zones 3-9. Ships in a 4" pot. Lonicera caerulea subsp. edulis

  • Italian Alpine Strawberry Seed

    Italian Alpine Strawberry Seed

    Fragaria vesca This Italian everbearing strawberry produces aromatic, delightful, miniature berries the size of the tip of your little finger. The plant's compact growth habit produces few runners, making it an excellent edible ornamental for rock gardens, pots, and footpaths. Like wild strawberries, these deep red berries are more flavorful than their full-sized cousins. Serve over ice cream for a taste of heaven!

  • Jewel Black Raspberry

    Jewel Black Raspberry

    Midseason summer-bearing variety. Vigorous, erect plants form clusters of firm, glossy black fruit. Fruit ripens uniformly for a concentrated harvest. More winter hardy than many other black-fruited varieties. Grows best in Zones 5-8.

  • June-bearing Strawberry Sampler Collection

    June-bearing Strawberry Sampler Collection

    This economical collection is your best deal for growing three of the finest June-bearers ever introduced! June-bearing strawberries are the most popular type grown in the United States, setting one huge crop at the beginning of summer. Spreading by runners, they are perennial and set reliably for about 5 years before needing to be replaced. The varieties in this collection are 3 of the very best for tasty berries by the quart!Allstar is a USDA introduction replacing the old favorite Guardian, with big, richly flavored berries on compact plants.Honeoye is a widely-adapted variety offering luscious, firm, extra-large fruits under just…

  • Lonicera Honeyberry Plant Collection

    Lonicera Honeyberry Plant Collection

    Grow 2 or more Honeyberries together for best fruiting! This collection brings you 1 each of Blue Forest and Blue Velvet. Both are in 1-Gallon containers.

  • Mara Des Bois Alpine Strawberry Plant

    Mara Des Bois Alpine Strawberry Plant

    Plant Patent 8,517.'Mara Des Bois' is not an alpine strawberry, but you could be forgiven for thinking it is: the berries are small (about the size of a hazelnut) and intensely flavored, with a hint of the wildness that characterizes Alpines. Luckily, they also have the heavy production and tart-sweet flavor of a garden strawberry. It's the best of both in a single berry!A gourmet treat, this day-neutral everbearer sends out runners in the garden, establishing daughter plants to replenish itself. Expect it to reach just 3 to 6 inches high but to spread 12 to 15 inches wide in…

  • Northland Blueberry

    Northland Blueberry

    Produces long, loose clusters of medium-size, round, firm blueberries with a wild blueberry flavor. These productive plants provide a superb crop in midsummer. You can enjoy a lovely garden AND its healthy benefits! Grows to a height of 3-4'. Jumbo 2-yr., 12-18" bareroot plants. Vaccinium ‘Northland’ Not available in GA, MI, OR, WA If our spring shipping season is closed your order will be shipped the following spring. Height: 3-4' Zones: 3-7 Bloom Time: Late Spring Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

  • Ozark Beauty Strawberries Kit

    Ozark Beauty Strawberries Kit

    Popular everbearer yields dozens of large, sweet berries summer through fall. Decorative in borders or pots. Grows 6-8" tall; space 12" apart. Kit includes 15 plants and 14" tall Dura-Cotta strawberry jar. Zones 4-9 Height: 6-8'' Zones: 4-9 Light: Full Sun

  • Ozark Beauty Strawberry Plant Only

    Ozark Beauty Strawberry Plant Only

    Popular everbearer yields dozens of large, sweet berries summer through fall. Decorative in borders or pots. Grows 6-8" tall; space 12" apart. Kit includes 15 plants and 14" tall Dura-Cotta strawberry jar. Zones 4-9 Height: 6-8'' Zones: 4-9 Light: Full Sun

  • Patriot Blueberry

    Patriot Blueberry

    Vaccinium corymbosum Early-season. Famous for eating fresh, canning, and freezing, or as a beautiful landscape shrub. Blueberries provide flowers in the spring, colorful berries, good foliage, and striking autumn color. Patriot hits the mark with cold hardiness, tolerance to wet soils, and yummy berries. It grows to about 4 feet and at this height makes a great specimen in the landscape. You can enjoy the showy white blooms in the spring, the dark green summer foliage, and the fiery orange fall leaf color. But, best of all you can eat the giant, dark blue, and highly flavorful berries. For zones…

  • Pink Lemonade Blueberry Plant

    Pink Lemonade Blueberry Plant

    The quintessential ornamental edible, 'Pink Lemonade' offers year-round beauty for the sunny border! In spring, the glossy green foliage is dotted with small, sweetly fragrant shell-pink blooms. By May in most climates, the first crop of berries is dotting this dense, well-branched shrub. The mid-sized fruit begins pale green, then gradually blushes pink before ripening to a deep rosy shade.Glossy and firm, the fruit has a mild, sweet bite. Successive crops arise on this Highbush until mid-fall, by which point the foliage has begun turning from green to yellow, gold, and finally brilliant reddish-orange. Even in winter, russet-red bare stems…

  • Polana

    Polana

    Early fall-bearing raspberry - harvest up to three weeks earlier than standard fall bearing varieties. Hardy, compact plants do best with high fertility. Grows best in Zones 3-8.

  • Popcorn Red Strawberry

    Popcorn Red Strawberry

    A fun variety with tiny red jewel-like kernels on compact, strawberry-shaped ears only 2in long, 3-4 cobs per plant. To pop, simply place the entire cob in a paper bag in the microwave and watch it explode with ready-to-eat fluffy, white popped corn. 105 days.

  • PowWow Wild Berry Echinacea

    PowWow Wild Berry Echinacea

    Echinacea purpurea (P) All eyes will gravitate to PowWow Wild Berry's shockingly brilliant color and full, compact stature. Blooming earnestly from early summer through fall, this All America Selection winner is reliably lavished with extra large, enduring blooms in a vibrant, rosy fuchsia with a dark rose button. An unequalled, durable perennial, they grow to a tidy, 20-24 inches tall, and are equally cold hardy as they are heat tolerant. PowWow Wild Berry will flower the first year from seed and is hardy in zones 3 and up. Germination code: (1) and (2)

  • Prime Jim

    Prime Jim

    This fall-bearing variety is a recent release from the University of Arkansas, and was bred to perform better in Northern regions than typical blackberry varieties. These upright plants should not require trellis support and can be pruned to the ground in late fall. Grows best in Zones 4-8. Avg.

  • Red Wonder Wild Strawberry

    Red Wonder Wild Strawberry

    (Fragaria vesca) This variety was selected to produce elongated, red fruits that are sweet and aromatic. Perfect for growing in flower gardens and containers as the plants, flowers and berries are ornamental. So delicious, the fruit won’t last long! Contains 75 heirloom seeds

  • Seascape Strawberry Plants

    Seascape Strawberry Plants

    Fragaria x ananassa: Growing your own strawberries is fun, inexpensive, and easy. Enjoy the sweet, high yielding, large fruit of Seascape all season long. The vigorous plants are virus-resistant and thrive in a wide range of growing conditions. The bright red fruit are firm, conical-shaped, and have an attractive glossy finish. Warning: A fresh picked bowl of these sugary treats may disappear en route from the garden to the kitchen. Our Strawberry plants are shipped in mid-March. Order by March 1st for best availability. Complete growing instructions are included with each order. PLEASE READ: Not available to US Territories or…

  • Strawberry 'Ozark Beauty'

    Strawberry 'Ozark Beauty'

    Our favorite, popular ever-bearer made famous for its large yields of unusually large berries! Firm 4 inch fruit is great for preserves, canning, fresh eating, pies and freezing. Sets a large initial crop in June, then produces steadily through September. Unusually vigorous plants with a deep root system; ideal for growing in the north and in southern mountain states. Z4-8

  • Strawberry Florian F1 Hybrid

    Strawberry Florian F1 Hybrid

    Striking appleblossom-pink flowers produce a heavy crop of good-sized, juicy red fruits. Can be grown under glass, but as fruits hang from the main plant as well as its runners, it is ideal for growing on a sunny patio in baskets, containers or Flower Pouches™. Z3-9. 150 days.

  • Strawberry Mignonette

    Strawberry Mignonette

    The wood alpine strawberry, producing lots of tasty, quality, fruit. Excellent for hanging baskets and containers. Z3-9. 130 days.

  • Strawberry Sarian F1 Hybrid

    Strawberry Sarian F1 Hybrid

    Everbearing strawberries from seed. An abundance of large, firm, bright red fruits throughout the summer until the frosts, from an early spring sowing. Sweet juicy fruits containing high sugar and vitamin C levels. Compact, well-branched plants develop runners before flowering and also bear fruit. Ideal in baskets, containers or Flower Pouches™. Z3-9. 150 days.

  • Strawberry Spinach Organic

    Strawberry Spinach Organic

    Chenopodium capitatum 50 days. A dual purpose plant as both the greens and the bright red berries make a unique addition to a summer salad. The triangular-shaped leaves with toothed margins, add a nice texture and taste and are just as satisfying as the sweet 1/2 inch berries.

  • Strawberry Tarpan Hybrid

    Strawberry Tarpan Hybrid

    The perfect strawberry in hanging baskets, windowboxes, and tall planters! Tarpan is a day-neutral variety, so you can count on it continuing to bloom and fruit all summer long and well into autumn. Highly productive and so beautiful, it's the ideal edible ornamental!The huge 1- to 1?-inch flowers put others to shame in the strawberry patch, and the long, bright red fruit (small to medium by strawberry standards!) is juicy-sweet and very abundant. The blooms continue all summer, and the berries arise from midsummer 'til frost. You just can't beat that combination of attractiveness and usefulnesss!Very adaptable to temperature extremes,…

  • Strawberry Toscana

    Strawberry Toscana

    2011 Fleurostar AwardThe ultimate edible ornamental, this beautiful day-neutral strawberry has the 'wow' factor! From its bright 1½- to 2-inch carmine-pink blooms to the masses of sweet, tender 1- to 1½-inch berries, it's a winner!Bearing up to 2 pounds of fruit each season, Toscana trails delightfully from windowboxes, hanging baskets, and tall planters. Its foliage is elegantly notched, keeping the plant attractive even when out of bloom and not fruiting. Lovely from spring 'til frost, it's a must-have! Also available asPkt is 15 seeds.

  • Strawberry Vesca

    Strawberry Vesca

    Ideal for growing in the garden or naturalized in a woodland area, this strawberry works well for containers and baskets as well. Produces masses of delicious small red fruits which sit high on the plant, making them easier to pick and less susceptible to disease. Z3-9. 150 days.

  • Sunjoy® Cinnamon Berberis Barberry Shrub

    Sunjoy® Cinnamon Berberis Barberry Shrub

    PPAF. Var: 'Celeste'. The Sunjoy® series of Berberis is an exciting new group of compact, dense, deciduous shrubs that offers burn-resistant foliage in a vivid array of colors! They need no pruning to stay neat, don't mind urban pollution, tend to be ignored by deer, and maintain their bright shades from spring until frost. Wonderful additions to the already beautiful Barberry family!'Cinnamon' is an excellent choice for bringing low-maintenance, season-long color to the garden. Its distinctive orange foliage adorns the compact branching form, staying full and tidy, allowing you to create hedge or foundation plantings that will capture everyone's attention.…

    PPAF. Var: 'Celeste'. The Sunjoy® series of Berberis is an exciting new group of compact, dense, deciduous shrubs that offers burn-resistant foliage in a vivid array of colors! They need no pruning to stay neat, don't mind urban pollution, tend to be ignored by deer, and maintain their bright shades from spring until frost. Wonderful additions to the already beautiful Barberry family!'Cinnamon' is an excellent choice for bringing low-maintenance, season-long color to the garden. Its distinctive orange foliage adorns the compact branching form, staying full and tidy, allowing you to create hedge or foundation plantings that will capture everyone's attention.…

  • Top Hat Blueberry Kit

    Top Hat Blueberry Kit

    It’s easy to imagine harvesting delicious, healthful blueberries right outside your door with this variety of blueberry! At just 24" tall, compact Top Hat is perfect for growing in a pot on your patio. White, late-spring blooms are followed by a mid- to late-summer crop of tasty 1/2" berries. Hardy, carefree plants. Kit includes one plant, 10" pot with saucer and soil. Zones 3-8 Not available in CA, GA, MI, OR, WA Height: 24" Zones: 3-8 Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

  • Top Hat Blueberry Plant Only

    Top Hat Blueberry Plant Only

    It’s easy to imagine harvesting delicious, healthful blueberries right outside your door with this variety of blueberry! At just 24" tall, compact Top Hat is perfect for growing in a pot on your patio. White, late-spring blooms are followed by a mid- to late-summer crop of tasty 1/2" berries. Hardy, carefree plants. Kit includes one plant, 10" pot with saucer and soil. Ships in a 4" pot. Zones 3-8 Vaccinium ‘Top Hat’ Not available in CA, GA, MI, OR, WA Height: 24" Zones: 3-8 Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

  • Tophat Vaccinium Blueberry Plant

    Tophat Vaccinium Blueberry Plant

    Just 2 feet tall and 1 1/2 feet wide at full maturity, this exciting cultivar bears masses of pea-shaped berries in early and midsummer. Unlike many Blueberries, the white blooms that precede the fruit are quite ornamental -- and, at 1/2-inch across, comparatively huge on the tiny plant! The berries are sky-blue and delectable, and the light green foliage remains fresh over a very long season. The perfect container plant for the sunny patio, it is also a distinctive choice for the front of the border or even as bonsai!Supremely heat-tolerant, 'Tophat' is a cross of a Highbush (Vaccinium corymbosum)…

    Just 2 feet tall and 1 1/2 feet wide at full maturity, this exciting cultivar bears masses of pea-shaped berries in early and midsummer. Unlike many Blueberries, the white blooms that precede the fruit are quite ornamental -- and, at 1/2-inch across, comparatively huge on the tiny plant! The berries are sky-blue and delectable, and the light green foliage remains fresh over a very long season. The perfect container plant for the sunny patio, it is also a distinctive choice for the front of the border or even as bonsai!Supremely heat-tolerant, 'Tophat' is a cross of a Highbush (Vaccinium corymbosum)…

  • Vermont Cranberry

    Vermont Cranberry

    Long, avg. 6", bright red-mottled pods are borne on large, upright plants. The shelled beans are oval, medium-sized, plump, red and pink streaked. This old-time Northern New England variety can also be grown for shell beans. Mild flavor. Avg. 975 seeds/lb. Packet: 100 seeds.

  • Whopper Honeoye Strawberry

    Whopper Honeoye Strawberry

    Honeoye is a favorite across the U.S. and Canada for its superb adaptability and tough performance in the face of adversity! This is the strawberry to grow if you have uncooperative soil or unpredictable weather. And the fruit is extra-large, plump, firm, and simply packed with luscious flavor. Among the best fruit crops for the home gardener! Zones 4-8.

  • Whopper Strawberry Plants (25) & 2 Growin' Bags

    Whopper Strawberry Plants (25) & 2 Growin' Bags

    Well, we can't persuade Mother Nature to start growing Strawberries on trees, but our Growin' Bags may just be the next best thing for bringing your sweet, plump berries to eye level!Who says you have to crawl around in the dirt to grow great strawberries? Give your back and knees a break -- and your eyes a treat! -- by growing your berries against the patio wall, dangling from a post or hook, or in any other "vertical" location you choose! Just fill the reusable, almost indestructible Growin' Bags with potting soil, set a strawberry plant in each of the…

  • Wonderberry

    Wonderberry

    (Solanum burbankii). 75 days. Developed by Luther Burbank; tasty, small blue-purple fruit; good fresh or cooked. Small plants produce good yields in about 75 days. A historic heirloom that is easy to grow. Only eat fully ripened fruit with no green left on the berry, as unripened fruit can be poisonous.

  • Yellow Wonder Wild Strawberry

    Yellow Wonder Wild Strawberry

    This creamy yellow-fruited variety is a favorite of many in Europe. The small fruit are very tasty and unique looking. Many prefer the taste of this yellow-fruited type to the more common red strawberry. These are served in only the finest restaurants and are easy to grow from seed!