Early-season harvest of large, aromatic, tasty fruit.
Zone: 3 4 5 6 7
Sun: Full Sun
Spread: 3-5 feet
Height: 3-5 feet
At only 3 feet, a container blueberry with hot pink flowers.
Zone: 5 6 7 8 9 10
Spread: 3 feet
Height: 3 feet
A one-of-a kind blueberry developed at Michigan State...
Zone: 5 6 7
Spread: 2 feet
Height: 2 feet
Great color in the garden; great flavor in the kitchen.
Spread: 2-3 feet
Height: 4-5 feet
Vigorous, productive, everbearing plants.
Zone: 6 7 8
Spread: 14-18 inches
Height: 8-10 inches
One each of Yellow Wonder, White Soul and Alexandria.
Small, scarlet red, flavorful alpine strawberry.
Small, white, flavorful alpine strawberry. Vigorous,...
Small, yellow, flavorful alpine strawberry.
Attractive plants bear fruit from July to October.
Zone: 5 6 7 8
Very ornamental for pot growing.
Red blushed fruits are extremely crispy with great flavor.
Spread: 8-10 feet
Height: 12-15 feet
Keeps up to 11 months in storage and actually gets sweeter.
Resistant To: mildew, scab
Early season variety, extra juicy, sweet and crunchy.
Resistant To: scab
Compact strawberry and blueberry plants for containers.
Sun: Full Sun, Part Sun
Spread: 8-12 inches
Height: 8-24 inches
An early season variety especially adapted to the Northeast.
Spread: 3-4 feet
Height: 4-6 feet
One of the most flavorful blueberries we have tasted.
Developed by Cornell University, yielding heavy June crops...
Spread: 10-12 feet
Old variety great for jams and preserves.
Intense flavor. Considered the best red currant.
An early-maturing, red seedless table grape.
Spread: 6-8 feet
Resistant To: crack
Delicious fruit on easy-to-grow vines.
Spread: 5-8 feet
Height: 15-20 feet
A red raspberry-blackberry cross.
Zone: 6 7 8 9
Height: 12-24 inches
Our favorite for home-grown tropical fruit.
Zone: 9 10
Height: 6-8 feet
Outstanding new midseason variety from Rutgers.
Resistant To: bacterial spot
An all-time favorite for its extra sweet flavor.
Introduced by Rutgers. Large, sweet fruits keep well.
An old favorite and the most common pear variety.