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Choose below from our complete collection of fruit plants and seeds including berries, grapes, and more.

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  • Strawberry, Flavorfest , , large

    Short Description

    The strawberry fruit-loving gardeners are talking about.

    $19.95
    $13.96
    Bare Roots
  • Customer favorite
    Strawberry, Albion, , large

    Short Description

    High sugar content makes this the perfect dessert strawberry.

    $19.95
    $13.96
    Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Raspberry, Joan J, , large

    Short Description

    Thornless plants produce extremely heavy yields.

    $21.95
    $15.36
    Plants
  • Blueberry, Northsky , , large

    Short Description

    Half-High Blueberry fruiting mid-season.

    $16.95
    $8.47
    Plants
  • Fig, Violette de Bordeaux, , large

    Short Description

    Finest tasting fig, produces small abundance of purple-black fruit with out of this world, sweet, rich flavor.

    $19.95
    $13.96
    Plants
  • Hops, Mt. Hood, , large

    Short Description

    Vines carry fragrant green flowers used for flavoring beer.

    $16.95
    $11.86
    Plants
  • Raspberry, Crimson Giant PPAF, , large

    Short Description

    Giant berries extend the season in cool climates.

    $14.95
    $7.47
    Plants
  • New
    Hops, Chinook , , large

    Short Description

    Unique matrix of flavor and aromatics.

    $16.95
    Plants
  • Exclusive
    Watermelon Seedless, Big Tasty Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Handy-sized, but big-flavored, seedless watermelon!

    $6.95
    Seeds
  • Raspberry, Bristol , , large

    Short Description

    Favorite for mid-summer harvests.

    $9.95
    $6.96
    Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Strawberry, Seascape, , large

    Short Description

    High-yielding and good strawberries for any garden soil.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Blueberry, Patriot, , large

    Short Description

    Early-season harvest of large, aromatic, tasty fruit.

    $16.95
    Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Watermelon, Georgia Rattlesnake, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. The classic watermelon with pale green "snakeskin" stripes.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Strawberry, Evie-2 PPAF, , large

    Short Description

    Fruits in spring, summer and fall!

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Blackberry, Triple Crown, , large

    Short Description

    Thornless plants produce sweet blackberries over 5 weeks.

    $34.95
    $24.46
    Plants
  • New
    Blackberry, Prime-Ark Traveler , , large

    Short Description

    Excellent flavor and sweetness and lower acidity.

    $14.95
    $7.47
    Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Raspberry, Heritage, , large

    Short Description

    Everbearing raspberry for fall bearing with great color, flavor, firmness and freezing quality.

    $14.95 - $21.95
    Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Blackberry, Prime-Ark Freedom, , large

    Short Description

    The worlds first thornless, primocane-fruiting blackberry.

    $16.95 - $39.95
    Plants and Bare Roots
  • Goji Berry, Sweet Lifeberry PPAF, , large

    Short Description

    Snack on fresh Goji berries, or enjoy dried, or mixed into pastries, smoothies and dipping sauces.

    $19.95
    $9.97
    Plants
  • Strawberry, Mara Des Bois, , large

    Short Description

    From France, the perfect variety for a container or raised bed.

    $19.95
    $13.96
    Plants
  • Blueberry, Top Hat, , large

    Short Description

    A one-of-a kind blueberry developed at Michigan State University.

    $16.95
    Plants
  • Tea, Camellia sinensis, , large

    Short Description

    Make your own dried tea leaves.

    $15.95
    $11.16
    Plants
  • Blueberry, Blueray, , large

    Short Description

    Largest berry on the market!

    $28.95
    Plants
  • Watermelon, Sugar Baby, , large

    Short Description

    Sweet tasting 'Ice Box' watermelon.

    $4.95
    Seeds
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