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The Sweet Life

Plant your favorite fruit to enjoy peak flavors—nothing’s sweeter than homegrown.

Taking Root

Fruits are delivered as seeds, plants or bare roots. Take careful note of instructions for planting and care to ensure a healthy start and a happy harvest.

Edible Landscaping

From container growing to trellised archways, strategically planting fruit varieties tailored to your space can enhance the visual appeal of your garden.

Enjoy All Season

Enjoy vibrant flavors of freshly picked produce year-round! Store and preserve your fruit harvest by freezing, drying or making preserves. 

Blueberries

blueberry plants

Easy to grow and hard to resist, blueberries are one of the sweetest things about summer.


- Plant at least two varieties that bloom at the same time for cross pollination and better yield.

- The plants need well-drained, acidic soil with a pH of 5.5, and many are happy in containers!

- Berries will grow the second year after planting. If your plants bloom the first year, it is best to remove the flowers to keep the strength in the plant.

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Blueberries

blueberry plants

Blueberries are one of the sweetest things about summer. Plant at least two varieties that bloom simultaneously for cross-pollination and better yield. Expect berries the second year after planting.

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Strawberries

strawberry plants

If you're short on space but dream of homegrown fruit, strawberries are a great pick.


- June-bearing varieties will have one large yield per season, while Everbearing varieties will continue to fruit throughout the season.

- Plants require 6-10+ hours of sunlight per day, so be sure to plant in an area with full sun.

- Plant your garden-ready strawberry plants or bare roots in early to mid-spring (they can handle a chill).

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Strawberries

strawberry plants

If you're short on space but dream of homegrown fruit, strawberries are a great pick. June-bearing varieties will have one large yield per season, while Everbearing varieties will continue to fruit throughout the season.

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Blackberries

blackberry plants

Blackberries can do double-duty, as the vines are an attractive fence cover!


- For most varieties you can expect fruit two years after planting.

- Growing red raspberries too? Keep blackberries 100 feet away from them for best results.

- Ensure plants are well-watered throughout the season, about 1–2 inches a week.

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Blackberries

blackberry plants

Blackberries can do double-duty, as the vines are an attractive fence cover! For most varieties you can expect fruit two years after planting. If you’re growing red raspberries too, keep blackberries 100 feet away for best results.

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Raspberries

raspberry plants

Is there anything more delectable than the sweet and subtle tartness of raspberries? Expect fruit one year after planting and a full harvest of fruit 3-5 years after planting.

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Raspberries

raspberry plants

Is there anything more delectable than the sweet and subtle tartness of raspberries?


- Water plants at the soil level to help prevent foliage diseases.

- A support system, like a trellis, benefits the plants and makes pruning and harvesting easier.

- Expect fruit one year after planting and a full harvest of fruit 3-5 years after planting.

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Melons

Melons

Grow your own refreshment in the form of juicy watermelon, cantaloupe or honeydew.


- Vines are easily injured, so give plants enough space to grow without the need to move them.

- Keep an eye on rainfall, as melons need a constant supply of water.

- If planting a seedless variety of watermelon, be sure to plant the included ‘pollinator’ seed. This will allow the seedless watermelons to fruit - but remember, the ‘pollinator’ plant will contain seeds.

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Melons

Melons

Grow your own refreshment in the form of juicy watermelon, cantaloupe or honeydew. If planting a seedless variety of watermelon, be sure to plant the included ‘pollinator’ seed. This will allow the seedless watermelons to fruit - but remember, the ‘pollinator’ plant will contain seeds.

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Specialty Fruits

specialty fruits

Try your hand at growing figs, lingonberries, pawpaws or currants and delight in delicacies not found at the grocery store.

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Specialty Fruits

specialty fruits

Have you ever tried lingonberries, pawpaws or currants? Delight in delicacies not found at the grocery.


- It can take a couple seasons for fruit to arrive; it’ll be worth the wait!

- Select a variety or hybrid that’s a match for your region to see the most success.

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