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BloomingBulb

Plump, juicy berries are incredibly sweet and flavorful, produced non-stop June through frost. This amazing everbearing strawberry... has a compact habit ? plants grow only 6-8 inches high ? great for containers. You'll enjoy luscious berries ? fresh, just-picked strawberries on cereal or shortcake, in muffins or pancakes, or in the sweetest summer fruit salads you'll ever taste. Thrives in most garden conditions, disease-resistant ? heat-tolerant, too. Everbearing strawberries produce 3 harvests in the spring, summer and fall. To avoid flowering and fruiting stress on young plants, flower buds should be removed in the first year. Removal of flowers will allow the plants to direct their energy toward establishing a root system and developing a healthy, large leaf canopy to fuel next year?s crop. read more

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FTD® proudly presents the Better Homes and Gardens® Summer Sweetness Strawberry Plant. Ready to grace their outdoor landscape and ...offer a bounty of berries, this strawberry plant makes an excellent gift throughout the spring and summer months! A hardy, disease resistant strawberry plant arrives in bloom and ready to set fruit. Intended to grow off in a container and to be planted in the full sun to ensure its health and abundance, this strawberry plant will make an outstanding housewarming, thank you, or get well gift. Plant measures 12"H x 8"W. Your purchase includes a FREE personalized gift message. read more

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Popular, versatile start that works well all over the United States. Honeoye produces fruit in early - mid season. Very large, swe...et fruit, and excellent winter tolerance. Honeoye is great for both the backyard and U-Pick operations. Resistant to leaf spot and leaf scorch. Easy to grow. Hold flavor and color in freezing and canning. Winter hardy and high productivity. Plant both Everbearers and Junebearers to enjoy fresh strawberries all summer long. To avoid flowering and fruiting stress on young plants, flower buds should be removed in the first year. Removal of flowers will allow the plants to direct their energy toward establishing a root system and developing a healthy, large leaf canopy to fuel next year?s crop. Junebearers produce a single crop each year during a 2-3 week period. read more

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One of the best tasting berries ever. Sequoias are medium in size and produces lots of huge, sweet fruit. Works best in California... and southern states. Great taste and the most popular variety for home gardeners. Plant both Everbearers and Junebearers to enjoy fresh strawberries all summer long. To avoid flowering and fruiting stress on young plants, flower buds should be removed in the first year. Removal of flowers will allow the plants to direct their energy toward establishing a root system and developing a healthy, large leaf canopy to fuel next year?s crop. Performs best in zones 8-10, hardy in 5-10. Junebearers produce a single crop each year during a 2-3 week period. read more

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Produces big crops of plump and juicy berries. Ft. Laramie produces many runners and is disease resistant. Reliable plants with es...pecially sweet and fragrant berries to enjoy in jams, jelly or fresh off the vine. Excellent in hanging baskets. Works best in the colder areas of the United States. Winter hardy. Plant both Everbearers and Junebearers to enjoy fresh strawberries all summer long. To avoid flowering and fruiting stress on young plants, flower buds should be removed in the first year. Removal of flowers will allow the plants to direct their energy toward establishing a root system and developing a healthy, large leaf canopy to fuel next year?s crop. read more

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Blue Angel is loved for its delicate color?a pale lavender blue?and unusual flower form 3- to 5-inch flowers have wide, flat petal...s with crinkled edges and creamy yellow anthers. It is an especially free-flowering variety and blooms June through August. Plant growth is 10 to 12 feet. read more

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This hybrid tea Gold Medal winner offers very large lilac mauve blooms, 35 count petals. Has a fruity fragrance and is the most co...mmon of the mauve colored hybrid teas. read more

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One of America's most popular everbearing varieties. Ozark Beauty everbearing strawberry is an excellent variety for canning. Prod...uces sweet, wedge-shaped fruit throughout summer and fall. Ideal for the home gardener. Plant both Everbearers and Junebearers to enjoy fresh strawberries all summer long. To avoid flowering and fruiting stress on young plants, flower buds should be removed in the first year. Removal of flowers will allow the plants to direct their energy toward establishing a root system and developing a healthy, large leaf canopy to fuel next year?s crop. read more

BloomingBulb

Quinault everbearing strawberry is an excellent growing variety producing the largest, sweetest strawberries you'll ever taste! Ev...erbearing strawberries produce 3 harvests in the spring, summer and fall. Very disease resistant. Plant both Everbearers and Junebearers to enjoy fresh strawberries all summer long. Height 8-12". Everbearing strawberries produce 3 harvests in the spring, summer and fall. To avoid flowering and fruiting stress on young plants, flower buds should be removed in the first year. Removal of flowers will allow the plants to direct their energy toward establishing a root system and developing a healthy, large leaf canopy to fuel next year?s crop. read more

BloomingBulb

Allstar Junebearing strawberry produces large, firm fruit mid-season. Performs well in almost any condition. Resistant to soil fun...gi. Large, firm, sweet fruit that work well for fresh eating or canning. Plant both Everbearers and Junebearers to enjoy fresh strawberries all summer long. Tip: To avoid flowering and fruiting stress on young plants, flower buds should be removed in the first year. Removal of flowers will allow the plants to direct their energy toward establishing a root system and developing a healthy, large leaf canopy to fuel next year?s crop. Junebearers produce a single crop each year during a 2-3 week period. read more

BloomingBulb

Produces lots of semi-early fruit. Medium to large in size and medium in firmness. Very nice, sweet dessert quality flavor. Perfor...ms well all over, especially in California and the south and east coasts. Great taste and the most popular variety for home gardeners. Will yield large deep red fruit. Plant both Everbearers and Junebearers to enjoy fresh strawberries all summer long. To avoid flowering and fruiting stress on young plants, flower buds should be removed in the first year. Removal of flowers will allow the plants to direct their energy toward establishing a root system and developing a healthy, large leaf canopy to fuel next year?s crop. Junebearers produce a single crop each year during a 2-3 week period. read more

BloomingBulb

Fruits throughout Spring, Summer, and Fall, even when temperatures are over 90 degrees. This variety has outstanding flavor, and w...orks well in hanging baskets. Good results across the United States. Plant both Everbearers and Junebearers to enjoy fresh strawberries all summer long. Tip: If you get blooms the first year the plant is getting established, pinch off the blooms to ensure a large fruit crop the next year. read more

BloomingBulb

This ?short day? or ?springbearing? variety has early season productivity of med-large, wedge shaped, extremely sweet berries, wit...h medium firm flesh. The variety is resistant or very tolerant of garden soil diseases. With parent stock consisting of both springbearing and everbearing varieties, it will produce fruit longer into the season than sequoia and other ?springbearing? varieties. Fragrant, sweet, and juicy, with hints of raspberry and citrus, it should become the berry-of-choice for discriminating strawberry connoisseurs. Its unique taste is quickly becoming a favorite of those who have tasted it! To avoid flowering and fruiting stress on young plants, flower buds should be removed in the first year. Removal of flowers will allow the plants to direct their energy toward establishing a root system and developing a healthy, large leaf canopy to fuel next year?s crop. Junebearers produce a single crop each year during a 2-3 week period. read more

BloomingBulb

This item will ship in the Spring at the proper planting time for your area. Botanical Name: Hemerocallis

BloomingBulb

A longtime favorite and still the best of the everbearing varieties. The plants are vigorous and productive. They?ll give you a si...ngle crop the first season, and thereafter will fruit twice, in summer and in fall. The berries are red, big, and delicious! Great for fresh eating, adding to cereals, and to freeze for sweet berries year round. Thornless. read more

BloomingBulb

A long esteemed variety, noted for strong growth, heavy fruiting, and big berries with excellent flavor. Plants grow very erect an...d make an excellent shrub. Fruit ripens at midseason, giving you plenty of blueberries to enjoy in your cereal and in deserts. Individual blueberry varieties are self-infertile so you need to plant it with another variety such as Jersey. We ship 2-year plants that will green up and take right off in your garden. read more

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This fall bearing red raspberry produces huge, very sweet, firm fruit. Caroline ripens before Heritage and is a big producer. Caro...line is more resistant to root rots than heritage making it suitable for a wider range of soil types. Its vigorous growth habits, disease resistance, and exceptional fruit quality make Caroline a good choice for home gardeners and commercial growers alike. read more

BloomingBulb

4-5" deep royal-blue fully double flowers. Blooms May and June then August to October.

BloomingBulb

You fill quart jars with big, dark, delicious round berries, great for eating fresh, or preserving in jams, jellies, and preserves.... Plants are self-pollinating, vigorous, and grow 4 to 6 feet tall with a spread of 3 to 4 feet. Berries are produced from June to October. Thorny. Height: 4-6' Spread: 3' Firmness: Firm Berry Size: Large, round Flavor: Excellent read more

BloomingBulb

This item will ship in the Spring at the proper planting time for your area. Height: 4-6 feet Spread: 2 feet Firmness: Firm Berry ...Size: Medium to large read more

BloomingBulb

An early season berry which ripens ahead of Blueray, and about the same time as Northland. The fruit is large with good color, a s...mall picking scar, and has very good flavor. The bush is vigorous, upright and relatively open. Tests have proved it is very winter hardy. Patriot is recommended for trial in commercial production. It is tolerant or resistant to some strains of Phytophthora cinnamomi, a soil fungus that causes rot. Can be planted in wet clay soil. read more

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Plant Patent 22,141. Cultivar name: NR7 Remember when Blueberry Sunshine Blue® took the gardening world by storm, with its compact... habit, fragrant blooms, and abundant berries? Well, now there is a much more beautiful and amazing phenomenon known as the BrazelBerries® -- a collection of edible ornamentals with ever-changing foliage colors, small plant sizes (just right for containers!), and plenty of yummy fruit! Meet Raspberry Shortcake?, the first-ever dwarf raspberry for containers. Raspberry Shortcake? is a thornless variety with full-sized, yummy red fruit on plants that reach just 2 to 3 feet high and wide and have a dense, compact, tightly mounded habit. Goodbye, rangy canes that flop all over the place! Goodbye, punctured hands at harvest time! Raspberry Shortcake? looks as good as its full-sized, bright red fruit tastes! These berries have a flavor described as vanilla essence, very sweet and meltingly tender. You can enjoy handfuls straight from the patio or even the urban balcony with Raspberry Shortcake?! And the plant always looks good -- dense and healthy. Caring for Raspberry Shortcake? is easy. It loves neutral soil (pH 6.5 - 7.5 is best) in full sunshine everywhere but the hottest climates. Good soil drainage is essential too. If you are growing it in a container, pick a big one -- anything 24 inches in diameter or larger is preferred, since this perennial will keep setting new canes and spreading. Feed Raspberry Shortcake? with a balanced fertilizer at the beginning of spring and again later in the season. Water it daily in containers. When winter arrives, it will go dormant, and should be left alone. The following spring, youll begin to see green growth. Midway through spring, when the new growth is well-established, cut away any stems that do not show new growth. Thats all there is to it! If you like Raspberry Shortcake? -- and you will, we promise! -- be sure to try the other BrazelBerries® as well. Developed by the Brazelton family of Oregon -- fruit growers for decades -- they are self-pollinating, so you need plant only one of any of the varieties for fruit. But chances are, once you see the BrazelBerries® in your garden, youll simply have to have several! Enjoy the latest and most exciting phenomenon in edible ornamentals. Bring the BrazelBerries® home! Zones 5-9. read more

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Meet the Blooming Butterflies series of hedge Buddleia, so styled because they are wider than they are tall, suitable for growing ...as a low hedge in the garden, along the driveway, and in meadow settings. Each member of this free-flowering, very bushy series of plants is named for an American butterfly, and we would like to introduce Blue Morpho to you! Nearly twice as wide as it is tall, Blue Morpho is clothed right down to the ground in dense branches and large, lovely leaves. It stands just about 32 inches high, but quickly spreads 5 feet wide -- the ideal size for a hedge, foundation or driveway planting, or middle-of-the-border beauty. From midsummer through mid-fall, Blue Morpho is set all over with long, elegant bloom wands of lilac-pink to powder-blue. This is the most floriferous of all the Blooming Butterfly Buddleias, and you will enjoy the sweet scent and rich color of these flowers both in garden and vase. And it needs no special care beyond a strong pruning in early spring -- cut it down to rd its original size in late February/Early March, and watch it return even more dense and floriferous than before! The Blooming Butterflies introduces a whole new habit for Buddleia davidii, and Blue Morpho really shows off the new horizontal branching and hedgy look. Find a home for it in your sunny garden this season! Zones 5-9. read more

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Bred for the ultra-hot summer temperatures of the south and west, Eversweet is an everbearing strawberry that even gardeners in th...e midwest and Atlantic coast find irresistible! (Who doesnt have long, hot summers these days?!) Perfect for patio containers and growin bags as well as garden beds, this self-pollinating wonder continues to set large, firm, juicy-sweet berries all summer long, no matter what the weather does! Long after other strawberries have folded up their tent for the season, Eversweet continues to set big, conical berries of brightest red. And that is only one of its merits: it also offers pretty white spring blooms and handsome foliage of olive-green. At just 8 to 10 inches high and up to a foot wide, it makes a great choice for strawberry jars and growing bags, so you can set it on the blazing deck, balcony, or patio without a second thought. No need to seek shade on August afternoons when Eversweet is your strawberry! Eversweet sets a big crop early in the summer season, then continues to bear smaller crops each 6 weeks or so. In warm and mild climates, it continues into fall. The average output per plant is 1 to 2 pints, and it has been observed to keep bearing after temperatures top 100 degrees! You will begin craving these delicious berries from the moment you sample your first Eversweet! Start the strawberry garden of your dreams today -- and dont forget to pick up some Growin Bags for fuss-free, off-the-ground easy growing! Pack of 25 bareroot plants. read more

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Just 2 feet tall and 1 1/2 feet wide at full maturity, this exciting cultivar bears masses of pea-shaped berries in early and mids...ummer. Unlike many Blueberries, the white blooms that precede the fruit are quite ornamental -- and, at 1/2-inch across, comparatively huge on the tiny plant! The berries are sky-blue and delectable, and the light green foliage remains fresh over a very long season. The perfect container plant for the sunny patio, it is also a distinctive choice for the front of the border or even as bonsai! Supremely heat-tolerant, Tophat is a cross of a Highbush (Vaccinium corymbosum) and a Lowbush (V. angustifolium). This is the Blueberry to plant where others have melted out in the heat -- yet it is hardy all the way through zone 3. Delightful in big pots on the patio, Top Hat is a miniature garden joy! Plant in full sun to light shade in acidic, well-drained soil. Tophat is self-fertile, but bigger crops arise if more than one is planted in the same area. Cannot ship to CA, OR, WA, MI. read more

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Plant Patent #10,412. Not only is Caroline the heaviest-yielding everbearing red Raspberry of all, but it also sets the largest fr...uit, is more widely adapted than other varieties, and demonstrates terrific disease resistance, especially to root rot! An all-around top performer that no garden should be without, Caroline is ready to fill your pantry with yummy fruit! Even larger than the berries of the old favorite Heritage, these fruits have a rich red color and a very full-bodied, intense flavor that no store-bought Raspberry can hope to equal. Can them, eat them fresh, use them in cooking -- Caroline is suitable for all purposes. This Raspberry reaches about 4 feet tall, and is extremely resistant to root rot. Adaptable to soils and climates across the country, it is an ultra-dependable variety that even a novice Raspberry grower will be successful with. Find out what all the fuss is about by growing Caroline this season! Zones 4-10. read more

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This Blueberry has so many excellent qualities that its almost a new kind of plant -- the ultimate edible ornamental! It has a den...se, rounded, semi-dwarf form only 3- to 4-feet high and wide, making it a great choice for containers. The glossy silvery-green leaves are semi-evergreen, so you can plant it anywhere for year-round color! In spring, masses of pink flowers (instead of the white typical of Blueberries!) grace the lovely branches, followed by berries ... LOTS of berries! Each petite plant bears anywhere from 5 to 10 pounds of the most delicious, dime-sized, dark blue berries you will ever taste! The flavor is sweet and juicy, totally unlike the berries you buy long after harvest at the grocery store. Wait until you discover the joy of fresh blueberries, straight from the patio! And just when you think this delightful shrub cant get any better, its gorgeous purple-red fall color appears! Self-pollinating (so you need only grow one plant) and more tolerant than most of high pH, Sunshine Blue is an exceptionally easy berry to grow. Its a southern highbush type with a low chill requirement -- only 150 hours! -- which means its great for the south. However, its very hardy as far north as Chicago, too! Best in full sun and slightly acidic, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. Zones 5-9. read more

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Perfect for baskets, pouches, and planters as well as the garden floor, Ft. Laramie is a super cold-hardy, leaf spot resistant str...awberry that sets HUGE scarlet berries from early summer through early fall. No matter where you live, youll love this aromatic, honey-sweet treat! Ft. Laramie is an everbearing or day-neutral strawberry, meaning that it sets 2 big crops a year -- early summer and early fall -- with intermittent berries in between. These are some of the largest strawberries you have ever seen, and the most colorful. Unlike many, the red and pink color continues all the way to the core of the berry. Juicy, sweet, and wonderfully fragrant, theyre a mouth-watering delight. And the plant they grow on is versatile and very tough. The foliage is leathery, for good resistance to nibbling marauders, and totally resistant to leaf spot. Just 8 to 10 inches high in bloom, Ft. Laramie spreads or trails 2 feet wide. Its a good choice for pouches, hanging baskets, and tall planters, its tendrils spilling down beautifully, setting blooms and berries along the way! Developed in Wyoming (as you might have guessed from its name!), Ft. Laramie demonstrates good cold-hardiness, and also tolerates the high heat of southern and western climates. For best harvest, pinch off the blooms for the first few weeks of spring. Youll be amazed at the difference this makes to your yields! Zones 4-8. Pack of 25 plants. read more

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The USDA developed this improved, more compact version of the popular variety Guardian. A spring-bearer, Allstar has excellent res...istance to fungus diseases, greatly improving its yield and reducing your labor in the garden. The large, juicy-sweet berries are great for eating fresh or for freezing. Among the best fruit crops for the home gardener, strawberries ask only fertile, well-drained soil in full sun. They offer years of tasty fruit, renewing themselves from the runners they produce. Set plants 2 1/2 feet apart. June-bearing varieties produce fruit in late spring to early summer -- typically in June! Replace the crop about every 3 years to keep yields high. This is the type of strawberry to choose for big harvests over a short period -- ideal for canning or freezing. read more

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These are the biggest, softest, juiciest, most delectable strawberries you can find for fresh eating! Quinalt is the name for gian...t, delicious berries, and if youve got even one strawberry lover in the family, you owe it to them to grow this easy, high-yielding plant! These berries are a full 2 inches wide, with soft flesh and dessert-quality flavor. Theyve got everything I appreciate in homegrown strawberries -- an intense fragrance, great color, and that succulent tenderness that no store-bought berry really equals! Quinalt is an everbearing or day-neutral plant, so it will keep producing from late spring through summer -- 4 to 5 months of solid crops isnt unusual! And its self-pollinating, which means you dont have to grow a big field of these plants to get good yields. In fact, Quinalt is a great choice for pots (as well as the garden, of course!), because it sets berries even in unrooted runners! Reaching anywhere from 12 to 18 inches wide and spreading up to 2 feet wide in the garden, Quinalt is terrifically vigorous, thanks to its great resistance to many common strawberry diseases: leaf scorch, leaf spot, and root rot. Its the perfect combination -- huge fruit size, unbeatable flavor, and heavy yields! Among the best fruit crops for the home gardener, strawberries ask only fertile, well-drained soil in full sun. They offer years of tasty fruit, renewing themselves from the runners they produce. Set plants 2 1/2 feet apart. They will set 3/4-inch white blooms a few weeks later, followed by fruit about 4 to 5 weeks later. Replace this crop about every 2 years to keep up the yields. Ever-bearing varieties flower and bear fruit over about a 5-month time frame, although the spring and fall months tend to be heavier, particularly in warm climates. They do best in the Northern U.S., and are a great choice for the higher elevations in the South. Zones 4-8. read more

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Plant Patent #5,897. A terrific all-around Strawberry, this June-bearer begins about 2 weeks after Earliglow and keeps the berries... coming over a long season. Large, firm, deliciously sweet fruit is excellent for fresh eating or canning and preserving, holding up well after picking. The flesh is particularly resistant to bruises and abrasions, keeping it attractive and healthy a bit longer than most others. The perfect Strawberry for home gardens! Developed by Cornell University, Jewel was bred specifically for large fruit size, attractive appearance, and high quality. It excels at all three, but its best feature is flavor! You will find it very productive and always delicious. Zones 4-8. read more

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Get blueberry season started even sooner this year with Earliblue, the first to ripen! These big, light blue, mildly flavored swee...t berries begin in late June in many climates and keep going over a good season. The berries arise on bright red canes that keep this plant ornamental year-round. In spring, ½-inch white flowers, occasionally tinged with pink, attract butterflies by the dozen. The berries are next, also ½-inch across but packed with mild sweet flavor and very resistant to cracking. Earllblue always delivers big yields, and youll come to rely on its dependable performance! Earliblue reaches 4 to 6 feet high and 2 to 3 feet wide, with an upright, well-branched habit and heavy fruiting. In autumn, the dark green leaves sport handsome shades of deep red to burgundy, adding another season to this plants glory! Content in full sun to part shade and acidic soil (culture it as you would an Azalea), Earliblue is great in the border, as a hedge, or in mass plantings. Enjoy this early, ultra-reliable, cold-hardy Northern Highbush for many years to come! Zones 5-7. Cannot ship to CA, MI, OR, WA. read more

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Heritage is a classic name in raspberries, a red variety with sweet flavor and great holding ability on the vine. Unlike some vari...eties, Heritage wont fall to pieces if you delay picking the ripe fruit a day or two; it stays firm, juicy, and super-flavorful. Plants are very vigorous and resist Powdery Mildew. Raspberries like full sun and good air circulation. They do best in enriched garden soil that is moisture retentive but well-drained. Plant about 3 feet apart in the row, or train up a trellis. Plant about 1 inch deep in heavy soils, 2 inches in loose, sandy soils. For best growth, cut back immediately after planting, to prevent the plant from setting fruit the first year. This will give you much stronger growth and better harvests in years to come. Water well during growth, and consider mulching to conserve water until the following spring, when the mulch should be removed to let the plants warm up. In winter, cut back to about 5 canes per crown. read more

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Well, we cant persuade Mother Nature to start growing Strawberries on trees, but our Growin Bags may just be the next best thing f...or bringing your sweet, plump berries to eye level! Who says you have to crawl around in the dirt to grow great strawberries? Give your back and knees a break -- and your eyes a treat! -- by growing your berries against the patio wall, dangling from a post or hook, or in any other vertical location you choose! Just fill the reusable, almost indestructible Growin Bags with potting soil, set a strawberry plant in each of the 10 holes along the side of the bag, water it well to get the roots going, and hang it in any sunny spot. Its just that easy! Growing berries off the ground makes a lot of sense. You get to enjoy the lovely white blooms that appear before the fruit. And when the berries emerge, they stay cleaner, are less prone to rot and nibbling insects, and are free to develop full, perfectly-formed shapes -- no flat white side! You get a ton of berries in a compact space. Big fruits, worthy of the Park Whopper name, arrive in early summer on cold-hardy plants that are just as at home in the Northeast as in the deep South! To get you started on the strawberry patch -- or should I say pole? -- of your dreams, weve got 25 delicious, heavy-bearing Whopper strawberry plants plus 2 Growin Bags. Just add soil, water, and a hearty appetite! read more

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Three varieties for northern areas. This collection offers three northern highbush blueberries: Patriot, Spartan and Jersey. These... are high-chill requirement varieties widely planted throughout the northern US and southern Canada. We have selected three that will produce continuously over a 90-day period. Northern highbush varieties need 800 chilling hours for good fruit set. "Chill requirement" refers to the accumulated hours of temperatures a plant experiences between freezing and 45 F that is required to break dormancy. read more

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Excellent, delightfully intense flavor and unusual color. These berries are a visual treat?deeply blushed, golden champagne and di...stinctively cone shape. Plants are very productive and give two harvests in one season (hence the "double" in its name) with fruit produced the first fall and a second crop produced on the same canes the following summer. The excellent flavor, unusual color and pleasing conical shape make Double Gold a jewel in your garden. read more

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Four favorite raspberries. To span the growing season, we put together a collection of four of our favorite raspberries. You get t...hree plants each of: ? Heritage ? Anne ? Killarney ?Jewel read more

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Attractive and productive southern highbush variety. Early to fruit, the medium-to-large, sky blue berries are spicy sweet. The up...right, spreading 4-6 feet tall plants have bright blue-green foliage that contrasts with pinky-white flowers in spring and make lovely ornamental shrubs with the foliage turning burgundy in fall. Plant with other varieties for better yield. Misty has a low chill requirement of 300 hours and does well as far north as Seattle, WA. "Chill requirement" refers to the accumulated hours of temperatures a plant experiences between freezing and 45 F that is required to break dormancy. read more

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Large, flavorful berries in mid- to late summer. Midsummer sweetness. Polana yields a plethora of large, sweet, succulent berries ...on manageable plants. Now you can enjoy fresh raspberries much of the summer, before the fall raspberries arrive. Berries are large and flavorful, and the canes produce an abundance of fruit. read more

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Standard raspberry for fall bearing with great color, flavor, firmness and freezing quality. Luscious flavor and heavy yields of j...uicy, sweet, red fruits. Space 3' apart in rows 6' apart. Plants produce berries on old canes in early summer and on new canes from August to frost. Vigorous and hardy. Self-pollinating. Grows best in full sun. We ship bare root plants. read more

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Fall bearing with fantastic flavor. Expect bountiful harvests of dark, shiny berries in the fall. Fruits are medium-large, conical... with excellent flavor. Plants tend to be compact with dark purple canes that are attractive in container and small garden plots. A new selection that deserves a special spot in edible landscapes. read more

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Standard, black raspberry. Ideal for canning or making jams and preserves. Vigorous, upright plants produce large, firm berries wi...th rich raspberry flavor. The fruits ripen from red to black in early to midsummer, and the crops are plentiful. It is reliable, hardy, and withstands cold winters well. read more

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Thornless plants produce extremely heavy yields. Berry early, berry productive. This, the earliest thornless fall-fruiting red ras...pberry, is a super yielder. Joan J's easy-picking, large, firm berries are exceptionally delicious. Best to mow off spring canes to increase fall harvest. read more

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The world's largest blueberry. Chandler is a favorite in the home garden and is famous for having the world's largest blueberries.... It is late ripening and has an extended harvest period. read more

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The best varieties for Southern climates. This collection offers 90 days of harvest from three southern highbush blueberries with ...low chill requirement: Misty (300 chill hours), Jewel (200 chill hours) and Sunshine Blue (150 chill hours). These varieties have been bred for heat tolerance and low winter chilling, and are well adapted to warmer areas of California, the Sunbelt and the southeast. Mostly self-pollinating, plants benefit from being planted close enough to cross-pollinate, to yield larger berries. ?Chill requirement? refers to the accumulated hours of temperatures a plant experiences between freezing and 45 F that is required to break dormancy. read more

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Bumper crop of incredibly luscious gourmet raspberries. Bushy, easy to manage thornless bush with spinefree canes produces a bumpe...r crop of incredibly luscious gourmet raspberries. Berry plants are self-fruitful, so a single plant will supply ample fruit from early to late summer. Plenty of berries for fresh eating, jams, and sorbet. Glencoe?s plants are compact enough to be grown in a 15" diameter pot. Full sun. read more

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