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Fruit & Berry Plants

Choose below from our full selection of berry plants for home gardens. Juicy, sweet summer treats - raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and more.

 

Save 20% with the purchase of 3 or more fruit plants!

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193 products
  • Customer favorite
    Strawberry, Seascape PP 7614, , large

    Short Description

    High-yielding and good strawberries for any garden soil.

    $19.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Blueberry, Sunshine Blue, , large

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    At only 3 feet, a container blueberry with hot pink flowers.

    $16.95
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    Raspberry, Heritage, , large

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

    $14.95 - $21.95
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  • Blueberry, Top Hat, , large

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

    $16.95
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  • Blueberry, Blueray, , large

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    Largest berry on the market!

    $28.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Strawberry, Albion, , large

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    High sugar content makes this the perfect dessert strawberry.

    $19.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Strawberry, Tribute, , large

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    Abundant yields of very flavorful fruits in spring, summer and fall.

    $19.95
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    Blackberry, Prime-Ark Freedom, , large

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    The worlds first thornless, primocane-fruiting blackberry.

    $16.95 - $39.95
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  • Medlar, Breda Giant, , large

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    Hard-to-find fruit. Large rose hips with cinnamon applesauce flavor.

    $22.95
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  • Strawberry, Pineberry, , large

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    White berries speckled with red seeds are aromatic and taste like pineapple.

    $12.95
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    Raspberry, Joan J, , large

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    Thornless plants produce extremely heavy yields.

    $21.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Raspberry, Caroline , , large

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    Ever-bearing crops of delicious berries.

    $14.95 - $21.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Strawberry, Evie-2 PPAF, , large

    Short Description

    Fruits in spring, summer and fall!

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

    Short Description

    Thornless plants produce sweet blackberries over 5 weeks.

    $34.95
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  • Blueberry, Patriot, , large

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

    $16.95
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  • Blueberry, Bluecrop, , large

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    Very heavy crops of medium sized blueberries. Rarely bothered by late frost. Mid Season.

    $28.95
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  • Raspberry, Royalty, , large

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    Large to very large.

    $32.95
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  • Blueberry, Legacy, , large

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    One of the best tasting blueberries;a favorite from California to the Northeast.

    $26.95
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  • Strawberry, Flavorfest , , large

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    The strawberry fruit-loving gardeners are talking about.

    $19.95
    Bare Roots
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    Raspberry, Favorite Collection, , large

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    Four favorite raspberries.

    $46.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Fig, Letizia, , large

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    A family heirloom brought from Italy.

    $19.95
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  • Currant, Red Lake, , large

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    Intense flavor. Considered the best red currant.

    $17.95 - $24.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Strawberry, AC Wendy, , large

    Short Description

    A great home garden variety, grows well in light or heavy soils.

    $19.95
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  • Strawberry, Elan F1, , large

    Short Description

    Attractive plants bear fruit from July to October.

    $12.95
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