2 Caroline Red - Raspberry Plant - Everbearing - Organic Grown - Ready for Spring Planting
Brand: Jack's Back 40
Caroline raspberry has a larger berry than Heritage and is more productive, with a rich, full, and intense raspberry flavor. It is a very vigorous variety, with more tolerance for root rot than Heritage. The farther south you grow it, the earlier it will ripen. Caroline is widely adapted, growing everywhere from the East Coast to the West Coast. This variety does not tolerate high heat and drought.
Quinalt Everbearing Strawberry 25 Bare Root Plants - Huge Fruit Size
Brand: Hirt's Gardens
These are the biggest, softest, juiciest, most delectable strawberries you can find for fresh eating! 'Quinalt' is "the" name for giant, delicious berries, and if you've 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. They've 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 isn't unusual! And it's self-pollinating, which means you don't 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. It's the perfect combination -- huge fruit size, unbeatable flavor, and heavy yields!
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1 Natchez Blackberry Plant - 2 year Organic Grown - Ready for Spring Planting
Brand: Jack's Back 40
Natchez is a fairly new release from the University of Arkansas breeding program. This is a early ripening thornless variety, with very high production. Very large and good tasting berries can be harvested for up to a five week season, performs best with a trellis.
An adaptable, mildew resistant shrub, Hinnomaki Red stands about 3 to 5 feet high and nearly as wide, upright and is very, very heavy bearing. Expect the fruit in midsummer, long after the little white flowers of spring. The leaves are attractive too, especially when they turn bright shades of red in autumn. Hinnomaki Red is definitely ornamental enough to use in the sunny to lightly shaded border, along the driveway, or as a hedge in the backyard. Very adaptable from north to south, this fruiting shrub bears up to 10 pounds of delectable berries a season. That's not nearly enough, of course, to satisfy our Gooseberry cravings, but the more you plant, the heavier they all will bear!
Growing Tips: A healthy strawberry patch requires at least six hours of sunlight per day. Strawberries are perennial, winter hardy, and will thrive in full sunshine, as long as the soil is fertile and well drained. Good draining soil is required for optimal strawberry production. Fertilize with an organic fertilizers such as Down To Earth All Purpose fertilizer or Maxi-crop liquid fertilizer.
Color: dark blue
Shrub growths up to 40 cm, with smooth green branches and pale green rounded leaves on short stalks. Berries, often spherical but sometimes ovoid, with a bluish bloom, 6-10 mm in diameter. Plant blooms early - in May, sometimes even at the end of April. Flowering 2-4 weeks, the fruits are in July ready for harvest (40-50 days). Lifetime for plant: 10-12 years.
Passiflora incarnata is an exception in that it is deciduous, can survive winter freezes and is commonly called maypop as well as passion flower.
Maypop is a fast growing perennial vine that employs tendrils to grab hold of adjacent shrubs, structure and other supports to lift itself to heights of 8-12 ft . The large serrated leaves grow 5-6 in wide by 6 to 8 in long. They typically have three to five lobes and are arranged alternately on the stem with flowers and branches emerging from the axil (the base of the leaf stem where it attaches).
All of the passion flowers have beautifully complex blossoms and maypop is no exception. These have 2-3 in diameters and are composed of 10 white tepals arranged in a shallow bowl shape above which is arranged fringe of purple and white filaments, called the corona. In the center is the white fleshy stigma surrounded by five stamens.
Maypop is native to southeastern United States and is often seen growing on the edges of fields, along side ditches and other sunny, moist and fertile places.
Light: Full to part sun.
Moisture: Light, evenly moist soil; mulch well.
Hardiness: USDA Zones 6-9. Dies back to ground in winter but recovers in spring.