Small Fruits

Actinidia arguta 'Issai'
Actinidia arguta 'Issai'

Common Name: Hardy Kiwi Vine
Features: Produces small smooth skin fruit. Self fertile no pollinator needed. Attractive vine for arbor or trellis.

Ficus cardota 'Italian Black'
Ficus cardota 'Italian Black'

Common Name: Italian Black Fig
Features: A broadly spreading shrub or small tree growing to 25′. Produces two crops of jet black fruit with deep red pulp, an early crop on the old wood and a later crop on the new spring growth.

Fragaria a 'Sweet Ann' PP22472
Fragaria a 'Sweet Ann' PP22472

Common Name: Sweet Ann Everbearing Strawberry
Features: Vigorous, highly productive, disease resistant, day length neutral variety. Large semi frim fruit with Old Fashioned strawberry flavor. Space 13″-15″ apart.

Fragaria ananassa 'Albion'
Fragaria ananassa 'Albion'

Common Name: Albion Everbearing Strawberry
Features: Albion, an everbearing type, is a new variety with long, conical, symmetrical; firm fruit bursting with sweetness. Resists Verticillium wilt, Phytophthora crown rot and resistance to anthracnose crown rot.

Fragaria ananassa 'Hood'
Fragaria ananassa 'Hood'

Common Name: Hood Strawberry-Sprg Bearing
Features: A heavy producer of large, glossy deep red, exceptional sweet and fine flavored fruit. Vigorous June bearing plants. One of the best for fresh eating.

Fragaria Hula Berry®
Fragaria Hula Berry®

Common Name: Hula Berry® White Strawberry PP# 24,332
Features: The Hula Berry® is a small white strawberry with red seeds that is full of flavor, in fact many say it taste like a Pineapple! The Hula Berry® is an improved Pineberry, which is a very old variety dating back to the 18th century. Unlike red strawberries, white strawberries cannot pollinate themselves. So the secret to success in growing the Hula Berry® is the included pollinator variety, Sonata. This is a larger, red fruiting variety that is very tasty as well. Available only in baskets late spring.

Lycium b. 'Crimson Star'
Lycium b. 'Crimson Star'

Common Name: Crimson Star Goji Berry
Features: Plant is full sun with a southern exposure. Purple flowers in early summer yield bright red berries August to October. Harvest by shaking the vine. Berries are the size of a raisin and may be eaten fresh or dried.

Lycium b. 'Phoenix Tears'
Lycium b. 'Phoenix Tears'

Common Name: Phoenix Tears Goji Berry
Features: Plant is full sun with a southern exposure. Purple flowers in early summer yield bright red berries August to October. Harvest by shaking the vine. Berries are the size of a raisin and may be eaten fresh or dried.

Rubus f. 'Sweetie Pie'
Rubus f. 'Sweetie Pie'

Common Name: Sweetie Pie Blackberry
Features: New disease resistant thornless trailing blackberry from the USDA. Medium size, glossy black berries with high sugar content and excellent flavor.

Rubus idaeus Amity
Rubus idaeus Amity

Common Name: Amity Raspberry (Everbearing)
Features: Everbearing variety with large dark red berries and classic raspberry flavor. Good for freezing and canning. Bears two crops on canes one in fall and one following spring.

Rubus idaeus 'Meeker'
Rubus idaeus 'Meeker'

Common Name: Meeker Raspberry
Features: Large dark red fruit with high sugar content and excellent flavor. Very productive with a long harvest season. Ripens midseason. Developed at Washington State University.

Rubus idaeus 'NR7' P.P.#22,141
Rubus idaeus 'NR7' P.P.#22,141

Common Name: Raspberry Shortcake™ Dwf. Ras
Features: Dwarf, thornless red raspberry, rounded growth habit and thrives in a large patio pot or in the landscape. Does not require staking. Self fertile, yielding large, nutritious, super sweet berries in mid-summer. Deciduous.

Rubus idaeus 'Willamette'
Rubus idaeus 'Willamette'

Common Name: Willamette Raspberry
Features: An excellent raspberry for eating fresh, canning, or freezing. Dark red, firm berries that maintain color and shape. Very vigorous and productive. Ripens early and is disease resistant. Originated in Oregon.

Rubus u. Black Satin Thornless
Rubus u. Black Satin Thornless

Common Name: Black Satin Thornless Blackberry
Features: Produces large glossy blackberries in July. Sweet flavor. Thornless vines with heavy yields. Berries are great for jams and fresh eating. Does best in zones 5-9.

Rubus u. 'Triple Crown'
Rubus u. 'Triple Crown'

Common Name: Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry
Features: This new thornless blackberry is named for its three crowning attributes flavor, productivity, and vigor. Thornless vines that yield large amounts of fruit. Produces larger berries than other thornless varieties.

Rubus ursinus 'Boysen'
Rubus ursinus 'Boysen'

Common Name: Boysenberry Blackberry
Features: Very large berries, among the largest. Juicy, aromatic berries are used for juice, canning, freezing, jellies, and eating fresh. Fruit ripens around July 1. Vigorous vines perform best in full sun. Deciduous.

Rubus ursinus 'Marion'
Rubus ursinus 'Marion'

Common Name: Marionberry Blackberry
Features: Excellent flavored large bright black berries ripen in early August. Smaller seeded than Boyson berries and possibly hardier. Delicious fresh and for jams, desserts, and cooking. Vigorous strong growing plant. Deciduous. Full Sun.

Rubus x 'APF-236T' P.P.A.F.
Rubus x 'APF-236T' P.P.A.F.

Common Name: Baby Cakes™ Dwf Blackberry
Features: A dwarf thornless blackberry, great for container growing. Sweet large berries in mid summer. May fruit a second time in fall in cooler climates.

Vaccinium c. 'Blueberry Glaze™'
Vaccinium c. 'Blueberry Glaze™'

Common Name: BrazelBerries®Blueberry Glaze™
Features: Small grower with dark gloosy green leaves. White and pink spring flowers with small dark almost black berries in summer. Intense flavor like wild blueberries. Great for patio pots.

Vaccinium c. 'Bluecrop'
Vaccinium c. 'Bluecrop'

Common Name: Bluecrop Blueberry
Features: Mid-season harvest. Considered the best all-around variety for consistently heavy yields of high-quality fruit. The berry is larger than average, light blue, and extremely flavorful. The upright open bush grows to 4-6 feet.

Vaccinium c. Blueray
Vaccinium c. Blueray

Common Name: Blueray Blueberry
Features: Blue foliage. Pink-blushed flowers produce a large crop of large, sweet, juicy berries on a compact, mounded shrub. Perfect for massing in the landscape or featuring in large tubs.

Vaccinium c. 'Chandler'
Vaccinium c. 'Chandler'

Common Name: Chandler Blueberry
Features: ‘Chandler’ is a highbush blueberry cultivar which typically grows 5-6′ tall and features perhaps the largest blueberries produced by any highbush cultivar available.

Vaccinium c. 'Darrow'
Vaccinium c. 'Darrow'

Common Name: Darrow Blueberry
Features: Big and popular blueberries. vigorous, attractive bush features pink-kissed flowers in spring and vibrant scarlet leaves in fall. Ripens in August.

Vaccinium c. 'Duke'
Vaccinium c. 'Duke'

Common Name: Duke Blueberry
Features: A reliable, consistent, heavy producing variety that blooms late but ripens early, protecting blossoms from late frosts.

Vaccinium c. 'Elliott'
Vaccinium c. 'Elliott'

Common Name: Elliott Blueberry
Features: Large crops of good size very late season, fruit often into September. Tangy fruit needs to fully ripen on bush. Red orange fall foliage.

Vaccinium c. Jelly Bean™
Vaccinium c. Jelly Bean™

Common Name: BrazelBerries® Jelly Bean™
Features: Cold-hardy that produces bumper crops of large, delicious berries in mid-summer, sweet flavor like homemade blueberry jelly. Exceptional compact form makes a great low hedge or feature plant for patio containers.

Vaccinium c. Peach Sorbet™
Vaccinium c. Peach Sorbet™

Common Name: BrazelBerries® Peach Sorbet™
Features: Compact blueberry, white, bell-shaped flowers in spring give way to an abundant crop of delicious, sweet blueberries. Glossy leaves range in color from peachy pink to orange to emerald green. Evergreen in most climates. An outstanding choice for the landscape or patio.

Vaccinium c. 'Pink Icing'™
Vaccinium c. 'Pink Icing'™

Common Name: BrazelBerries® Pink Icing™
Features: Beautiful spring and fall foliage. New growth in spring varying shades of pink. Robust flavored berries. Excellent for use in patio pots or the landscape.

Vaccinium c. Spartan
Vaccinium c. Spartan

Common Name: Spartan Blueberry
Features: Tasty fruit often larger than a quarter in size with a tangy sweet flavor. Ripens mid-July. Large, glossy-green foliage becomes orange and yellow in fall. Small white, bell-shaped flowers proceed the berries. Deciduous.

Vaccinium c. x 'Northsky'
Vaccinium c. x 'Northsky'

Common Name: Northsky Blueberry
Features: Great for container gardening. Fresh wild blueberry flavor berries mid season. Good lanscape plant, red, burgundy falll foliage.

Vaccinium c. x 'Polaris'
Vaccinium c. x 'Polaris'

Common Name: Polaris Blueberry
Features: An early season companion to Chippewa. Delicate sweet medium sized fruit. Fresh eating. Red fall foliage.

Vaccinium 'Pink Lemonade'
Vaccinium 'Pink Lemonade'

Common Name: Pink Lemonade Blueberry
Features: Developed by the USDA, pretty and tasty. Pink, firm, glossy, medium-sized berries, with a mild flavor, sweet and flowery.It ripens from mid-late to late season. Good landscape plant.

Vitis labrusca 'Vanessa'
Vitis labrusca 'Vanessa'

Common Name: Vanessa Grape
Features: Deep red medium size oval shaped seedless grapes. Early ripener. The flavor is mild and fruity, and berry texture is firm. The fruit quality is among the best of the red seedless types.

Vitis v. 'Flame Seedless'
Vitis v. 'Flame Seedless'

Common Name: Flame Seedless
Features: Early ripening red seedless grape. Americas most popular supermarket grape. Mild sweet flavor. Good vigor and productivity.

Vitis v. 'Fresno Seedless'
Vitis v. 'Fresno Seedless'

Common Name: Fresno Seedless
Features: The most popular of all seedless grapes, this white grape is a sibling of Flame Seedless. A small to medium size berry with a yellow skin. Ripens early.

Vitis v. 'Jupiter'
Vitis v. 'Jupiter'

Common Name: Jupiter Grape
Features: Red-blue berries are large, oval in medium size bunches. Early to Mid Season. Very productive and winter hardy. University of Arkansas introduction.

Vitis v. 'Neptune'
Vitis v. 'Neptune'

Common Name: Neptune Grape
Features: Large very showy clusters of medium yellow green seedless berries ripen mid season. Firm berries with thick skin, resistant to cracking. Cold hardy.

Vitis v. 'Suffolk Red'
Vitis v. 'Suffolk Red'

Common Name: Suffolk RedGrape
Features: Suffolk Red produces medium to large clusters of mild-flavored seedless red berries that ripen in September, two weeks before Concord.