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excellent choice for the home garden, The Apache Blackberry, a
thornless cultivar produces a sweet blackberry. Expect a larger
sized berry and high productivity.
This variety produces quite possibly the
world’s biggest blackberry! Up to 3 inches long! You can make
fresh cobbler with just a handful. Grows 5-6 feet tall
with a 4-8 foot spread.
A beautiful mid-season rabbiteye blueberry
ripens mid June. This self-fertile plant, fruits best with rich,
moist soil in full sun, but will tolerate less hospitable
conditions as well. Produces a black-blue, sweet and juicy
tasting fruit, perfect for eating fresh or to be used in
cooking. Plants are fast growing, and can grow up to 10 ft. in
height and spread.
Springhigh, a southern high-bush cultivar,
produces an upright and vigorous bush that set numerous flower
buds in the fall. With this flower set it is capable of heavy
flowering and heavy fruit production. A recent introduction from
UF's breeding program. An early type that sports a very large,
blue berry. 1 gal
'Windsor' is a vigorous plant with stout stems
and somewhat of spreading growth habit. Windsor leafs out
strongly as it begins to flower, and this strong leafing enables
it to support a large crop. Berries from Windsor are very large.
fruits! This mulberry tree is aptly dubbed "The King of Mulberry
Trees" for it's extremely large 4" fruits, and it's
ultimate stature of 50 feet. Early summer harvest. The
fruit blends sweet with tart in a complex berry flavor that
reminds some of raspberries. Full sun, moderate summer water.
Hardy to 22 degrees. 3 gal.
Easily grown, this tree makes an attractive
fast growing landscape tree. It can grow from 30' to 40' in
height with a full, wide canopy that makes it ideal for shade.
Mulberries are cold hardy to -10 to -20 F. The tree tolerates
extreme heat and is drought tolerant one established. Plant in
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Fresh, homegrown berries picked at their
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