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New Fruits

Burpee's new fruits are easy-growing and high yielding. For 2017 we're offering new strawberry, blackberry, and raspberry plants, as well as specialty fruits like figs, boysenberries, and hops!

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  • Strawberry, Ruby Ann , , large

    Short Description

    An outsize berry harvest in stunning hanging baskets.

    $12.99
    Plants
  • Raspberry, Niwot, , large

    Short Description

    The first ever-bearing black raspberry.

    $39.99
    Bare Roots
  • Fig, Chicago Hardy, , large

    Short Description

    The cold-hardiest fig available.

    $19.99
    Plants
  • Blackberry, Prime-Ark Traveler , , large

    Short Description

    Excellent flavor and sweetness and lower acidity.

    $14.99 - $14.99
    Plants
  • Boysenberry, , large

    Short Description

    A cross of raspberry, blackberry and the loganberry.

    $14.99
    Plants
  • Fig, White Marseilles, , large

    Short Description

    Native to southern France Marseilles was Thomas Jefferson's favorite fig.

    $19.99
    Plants
  • Strawberry, Rutgers Scarlet, , large

    Short Description

    Jersey strawberry from the Rutgers University breeding program.

    $12.99
    Plants
  • Strawberry, Delizz , , large

    Short Description

    First and only strawberry to be an All-America Selection national winner

    $12.99
    Plants
  • Fig, Texas, Ever-bearing, , large

    Short Description

    Magnanimous harvest of soft, sweet, mahogany-purple fruits dense with sublime sweet pink-amber flesh.

    $19.99
    Plants
  • Fig, Lattarula Italian Honey , , large

    Short Description

    Delectable deluge of yellow figs loaded with sweet, succulent amber flesh.

    $19.99
    Plants
  • Fig, Olympian , , large

    Short Description

    Cold-hardy trees are especially well-suited for the Northwest’s cool summers.

    $19.99
    Plants
  • Grape, Saint Theresa, , large

    Short Description

    Selected in Wisconsin, this seedless variety is cold-hardy to -30 F.

    $28.99
    Plants
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