Midseason. Oldest cultivated American grape and the one most commonly used for juice and jelly. Its unbeatable for hardiness, vigor and disease resistant. Seeded dark blue fruit. 2 year. 022084 C2 $14.99 Concord Seedless (blue) zones 5 - 8 You ’ ll get all the flavor, vigor and productivity of the original Concord but you won ’ t have to deal with the seeds. It even ripens slightly ahead of the origi- nal Concord. Ripens in mid - September in Ohio. 014903 C2 $19.99 Einset Seedless (red) zones 5 - 8 Medium - sized berries, oval and bright red with light waxy bloom, held in attractive, shouldered clusters. Flesh is firm, and flavorful, with fruity labrusca and strawberry overtones. Early maturing. 026651 C2 $19.99 Fredonia (black) zones 5 - 7 Best of the seedless black grapes! The fruits are large and sweet with a spicy flavor, and blooms in late spring to early summer. Ripening in very late summer, the clusters of deep blue grapes of 'Fredonia' are great for fresh eating, jelly, juice and wine. This grape is similar to Concord and it ripens earlier with larger grapes. 026650 C2 $14.99 Glenora Seedless (Red) zones 5 - 8 This Concord - type variety is hardy to 15º F. Vines yield huge clusters of juicy, medium to large grapes with deep, blue - black color. Ripens in mid August. Self - pollinating. 2 - 4 years. 027263 C2 $19.99 Himrod White Seedless (White) zones 5 - 8 Highly productive vine bears crispy sweet fruit. Large handsome clusters turn golden - yellow when fully ripe. Medium - sized grapes with fine flavor. These vines yield 10 - 15 pounds of grapes. Seed- less. Developed in New York for winter hardiness. Ripens in late August. Self - pollinating. 2 - 4 years. 022085 C2 $19.99 Marquis Seedless (green) zones 5 - 8 Giant clusters of large grapes. This flavorful fruit is delicious if you eat it fresh or use it to make deli- cious jellies, jams and desserts. The robust vine produces abundant crops. Ripens in September. Self - pollinating. 026652 C2 $19.99 Niagara (yellow) zones 5 - 8 Large, luminescent grapes that change from light green to a delicate yellow as the growing season advances. Sweet to tart taste. 2 year. 022086 C2 $14.99 Horseradish Armoracia rusticana A large, coarse, weedy - looking plant grown for its large, white roots, which are peeled and grated. Grow it in a sunny out - of - the - way corner .
Caroline is considered one of the truly superior ever - bearing red raspberries! The large and firm berries (larger than ‘ Heritage ’) are produced from vigorous canes starting in early June and continu- ing with delicious berries through fall. They have a full - bodied, intense flavor that no store - bought Raspberry can hope to equal. Can them or eat them fresh, use them in cooking. 013761 C2 $12.99 Double Gold (white) zones 4 - 8 Unique blushed color is outstanding in fruit displays. Fruit color ranges from peachy gold to vibrant coral. Highly productive plants bear crops of conical - shaped raspberries with a tender, juicy texture and excellent flavor – easily a fan favorite! Self - pollinating. Height: 5 - 8’, Spread: 4 - 5’ 028627 C2 $14.99 A rare, exciting self - fertile gold raspberry with the same deliciously sweet taste of red varieties, and the ability to produce two crops each season. After a late summer to fall harvest, a second crop arrives the following spring on the same canes. 015615 C2 $12.99 Heritage (red/ever bearing) zones 4 - 8 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. Height: 4 - 5’, Spread: 2 - 3’ 001777 C2 $6.99 Jewel Black (black/summer bearing) zones 3 - 8 If you ’ re looking for reliability and hardiness in raspberries, Jewel is for you. Compact clusters of large, juicy black raspberries with few seeds from vigorous plants. Ripens early July. 021723 C2 $14.99 Latham (red/summer bearing) zones 3 - 8 A popular red raspberry that produces large crops of big juicy berries. It makes a delicious jam or a dessert as well as for fresh eating. A sure cropper for home use, this variety starts ripening in July and continues to ripen over a long period of time. 016490 C2 $12.99 Niwot zones 5 - 8 Produce berries in the fall, ripening in late August until frost. It will also produce a good floricane crop, ripening slightly earlier than Jewel, depending on location. Niwot is vigorous, highly productive, and has attractive, shiny fruit. The berry size is equal in size to Jewel, and the flavor is reported to have less intensity than Jewel. 028629 C2 $14.99 This very winter hardy raspberry variety adapts to all climates and can be used as a summer bearer in the North or a fall bearer in the South. Berries are firm, bright - red, medium to large in size, ripen gradually over a long harvest season, and have good shelf life. Canes are vigorous, growing upright with light spines. 014896 C2 $12.99 Prelude (white) zones 4 - 8 Prelude raspberry is identified as the earliest ripening summer red raspberry, ripening in mid - June under N.Y. conditions. Although Prelude is also fall - bearing, it produces the biggest portion of its crop in the spring. Very winter hardy and vigorous, Prelude berries are round - conic, have cohesive drupelets, and very good flavor. An excellent choice when early fruit and quality are required. Height: 4 - 5’, Spread: 3 - 4’ 016112 C2 $10.99 NEW NEW Fall Gold zones 3 - 8 Nova Red zones 3 - 8
Yezberry Honey Bunch® Japanese Haskap zones 3 - 7
These easy - going shrubs are one of the first plants to bloom in spring. Their tubular yellow flowers develop into elongated blue berries that taste like a cross between a raspberry and a blueberry. They're so sweet, you'll eat them right off the bush as soon as they ripen in early summer! Height: 3 - 5’, Spread: 3 - 5’ 029069 PW2 $25.00 Yezberry Sugar Pie® Japanese Haskap zones 3 - 7 It's the smallest Yezberry® variety yet. Reaching just 3 - 4' tall, it allows even those with limited space to enjoy these tasty and healthful berries. One of the earliest plants to bloom each spring, tubular yellow blooms mature into elongated that ripen to blue in early summer. They're sweet enough to eat right off the plant, but they're also good for drying, processing, or cooking. This tough, deer - resistant edible is native to North America and requires no special care to bear fruit every year. Height: 3 - 4’, Spread: 3 - 4’ 028895 PW2 $25.00 Jostaberry Jostaberry is a cross between a black currant and gooseberry. More tolerant of site and soil condi- tions than many other fruits, but they prefer full sun to part - shade. Plant the berries roughly 2 inches deeper than they originally were in the pot. Space your plants 3' to 6' apart. Fertilize and give your plants a good watering. (If planting in the fall, wait to fertilize until spring for best results.) Takes the looks of a gooseberry, removes the thorns, and makes it sweeter. It combines the vig- orous growth and rich flavor of a black currant with disease resistance. The tangy - sweet flavor of a Jostaberry is a mix of grape, blueberry, and kiwi - fruit. Can easily grow 6’ tall. 026653 C3 19.99 Raspberry Rubus idaeus Available May 20th. Most popular and heaviest bearing raspberries are red. There are two types: summer - bearing raspberries, which bear annually in summer on 2 year old canes, and ever bearing raspberries, which bear twice on each cane. In both types, fruit follows loose clusters of white flowers. At the end of the growing season, cut out all weak canes and remove canes that fruited during the season. In late winter or early spring, cut back to 10 - 15” on strong canes, 3 - 4” on weak canes. Jostaberry zones 3 - 8
Big Top zones 3 - 8
After the first frost in fall kills the leaves, dig the root and harvest. Harvest the main root but leave one or more large off shoots of the main root to replant. The spicy hot roots will keep for months in the refrigerator. 014852 C2 $6.99
Anne (yellow/ever bearing) zones 4 - 9
Anne is known for its size, color and super sweet flavor! Fruits ripen late August and bear through the first hard frost. One of the best, if not THE best yellow variety! 014897 C2 $10.99