Exiciting Fruits to Try

The only self-fertile Kiwi on the market today, Jenny is a boon for gardeners who want the look and flavor of this homegrown fruit without sacrificing so much space to multiple vining plants. You can grow just one Jenny and get all the deliciousness and nutrition!

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Kiwi
Marioberries

You don't have to live in Oregon to grow Marionberries! This gourmet blackberry cultivar is a snap to grow in temperate and warm climates, and the berries are so delicious. You need only one shrub (it's self-pollinating), so you can work it into even a crowded sunny garden spot. Marionberry is a national treasure, and it's time for you to enjoy its scrumptious flavor!

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This early ripening fruit tree is a dependable producer for the Pacific Northwest climate. Guaranteeing year after year of good crops of beautiful orange fruit from these compact and attractive trees. This fruit is almost exactly like the Sweet Fuyu but ripens sooner.

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Early Fuyu Persimmon
Violette de Bordeaux Fig

Violette de Bordeaux is a pleasingly compact variety that offers beauty and scrumptious fruit all in a convenient, container sized package. Its spring and summer flowers turn into plump, purple fruit with sweet pink flesh that is a perfectly tasty and healthy treat for fresh eating.

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Southern gardeners, rejoice! Sweetie Pie was bred in Mississippi and trialled in Louisiana and Arkansas, so you know this thornless, super-sweet blackberry can really take heat and humidity! Sporting soft, absolutely delicious berries, it belongs front and center in your berry patch!

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Sweetie Pie Blackberry
Borealis Honeyberry

Honeyberries are just becoming part of the American landscape, and you will want to be among the first to grow this tangy, nutritious fruit! Borealis is not only an edible, it is a multiseason shrub with fragrant blooms and a well-branched, rounded shape. Best of all, it prefers a bit of shade!

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Big crimson fruits ripen in late fall on this terrific overachiever. The finest quality, largest, and most highly colored of all pomegranates (and in this ornamental family, that's really saying something!), this wonderful plant grows quickly into an 8-foot bush.

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Pomegranate
Park's Whopper Strawberry

Park's Whopper Strawberry is a favorite across the U.S. and Canada for its superb adaptability and tough performance in the face of adversity! This June-bearer boasts unrivalled winter hardiness, thriving even in the upper limits of zone 3. And you'll just love the flavor of these plump, bright red, juicy berries!

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It's the only one of its kind in the world! A blueberry that sets 2 crops instead of just 1 has long been a dream of many gardeners, and now Sweetheart has made it come true . . . deliciously!

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Sweetheart Blueberry
Eureka Lemon Tree

When life gives you lemons, rejoice! Eureka is a dwarf lemon with very big yields of ultra-acidic, golden-yellow fruit packed with flavorful juice. It sets white blooms (terrifically fragrant) in spring and summer, with the fruit ripening year-round among handsome, glossy evergreen leaves..

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