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Fruiting Plants

  • All the fruiting plants which we offer are grown here on the farm from propagation of our own stock and those that are purchased from larger wholesale nurseries.
  • We have a NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets Nursery Growers License.
  • Availability of plant stock is subject to change as we receive orders.
  • Plant stock availability on the website will be updated every Monday.
  • At this time we do not offer shipping or delivery of potted plants.
  • Plant orders are available for pickup  by appointment only on the farm or at farmers market after May 15th 2023.
  • We ask that all appointments please be made at least 3 days prior to the date of pickup.
  • In the case of crop failure for any plant ordered, we will refund the full price of the plant.
  • Once the plant is picked up we cannot accept returns/exchanges.
  • If there is an issue with the plant please contact us at [email protected]gmail.com. Please also allow up to 1 week for us to look into the matter and reply .
  • For any questions on the plants or ordering, please feel free to reach out to us at  607-583-2467 or [email protected]

Aronia

Viking - H: 6ft, Sun: Part to Full, Fruit: Black berries that ripen in September. Note: Self pollinating and grows in wet soils. Zone: 3-8. Size: 1 gal pot.


Shipping of potted plants unavailable. Pickup available on the farm after May 15th.


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Aronia
$17.00

Bearberry/Kinnikinick

These are the types of bearberries which we carry in 1 gal pot:


Massachusetts - H: 4-6 inches, W: N/A, Sun: Full to partial shade, Fruit: small edible red berries. Note: Leaves can be used in tea, evergreen trailing plant, likes sandy soils, and native to North America. Variety is also more compact than that of Michigan. Zone: 3-7. 


Michigan - H: 6-8 inches, W: N/A, Sun: Full to partial shade, Fruit: small edible red berries, Note: Leaves can be used in tea, evergreen trailing plant, likes sandy soils, and native to North America. Variety is from Keneewaw County in MI. Zone: 3-7. 


Shipping of potted plants unavailable. Only available for pickup on the farm after May 15th.

Bearberry/Kinnikinick
$15.00

Blackberries

We have the following varieties of blackberries available in 1 gal pots:


Albino - H: 3-8, W: 3-4 ft, Sun: Full to part, Fruit: Large white color blackberries that ripen July. Note: Self-fertile. Zone: 5-8.


Chester - H: 4 -5ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large fruit that holds up to heat and ripens July/August, Note: Self-pollinating, thornless, resistant to cane blight, Zone: 5-8. 


Hull - H: 3- 4ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet medium size berries that ripen in July/August, Note: Thornless, high yielding, and very winter hardy, Zone: 5-9.


Long Black - H: 5-7ft, W: 5-7ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Long black tart berries. Note: The parentage of Long Black is 50% wild black berry and collected at Miller Peninsula, Clallam County, Washington State. This variety needs a lot of trellising.  Zone: 5. 


Shipping and delivery of potted plants unavailable. Pickup of potted plants available on the farm or at farmers' market after May 15th.


Photo Source: Shona Ort, Ort Family Farm

Blackberries
$15.00

Blueberries

We have the following blueberry varieties available in 1 gal pots:


Blue Boy - H: 1ft, W: N/A, Part to full, Fruits: Small blue berries that have low acid and are sweet. Note: Variety is from Allegheny County in Michigan. Another variety of low bush blueberry can be used as a pollinator. Zone: 4-7.


Blue Gold - H: 4 ft, W: 4-5ft, Sun: Full or Part, Fruit: Sweet fruit that ripens in July. Note: Partly self –fertile but should be planted with another variety that ripens in July for higher yields. Zone: 4-8.


Blue Sunset - H: 1ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Tiny dark blue fruits with good flavor, Note: Disease resistant and use Leslie, Princess Jenny, Baby Blue or Jonathon as a pollinator, Zone: 3-7. 


Bluette - H: 4ft, W: 4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet, firm, medium/large size berries that ripen in July. Note: A late blooming variety and use Elliot or Aurora as a pollinator, Zone: 4.


Bonus- H: 4-5ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Fruit: Very large, sweet berries that ripen in August. Note: Very frost resistant variety, self-pollinating, resistant to many fungal diseases, and good for pick your own farms. Zone: 4-7.


Chandler - H: 4-5ft, W: 4-5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Juicy, large, sweet fruit that ripen in July, Note: Developed in NJ and self-pollinating, but will produce larger crops if plant with another variety that ripens in around the same time, Zone: 4-7.


Chippewa - H: 3-4ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Very sweet, medium/large berries that ripen early July. Note: Cold hardy variety developed by the University of Minnesota and self-fertile, Zone: 3-8.


Elizabeth - H: 6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Very large fruit with good flavor that ripens mid/late July, Note: Use Jersey, Legacy, Liberty, Nelson, Chippewa, Blue Gold, or Elliot as a pollinator, Zone: 5-10.


Green Elf - H: 6 inches to 2 ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruits: Small black color fruit with are more acidic than other types but are said to have pleasant flavor. Note: Variety was found in the Allegan County of Michigan. Zone: 4-7. 


Hannah's Choice - H: 5ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size berries that ripen in late June/early July, Note: Use Sweetheart, Chanticleer, or Duke as pollinator, Zone: 5-7.


Herbert - H: 4-6ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large sweet/tart berries that ripen in late July, Note: A variety that blooms later than most and avoids frost damage. Self-pollinating but will produce more with another variety as a pollinator. Developed in 1932. Zone: 4-7.


Heintooga - H: 5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium to large size blue berries that are firm and sweet. Berries ripen mid-July to early August and have a good shelf life once picked. Note: Use another high bush blue variety to pollinate that ripens around the same time. Zone: 5-8. 


Jonathan - H: 8 -10 inches, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Small size fruit that has wild blueberry aroma and flavor, Note: Variety was found on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and use Blue Sunset, Leslie, Princess Jenny, or Baby Blue as a pollinator, Zone: 2-7.


Lesile - H: 12-16 inches, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large quantity of small, sweet berries, Note: Selected and propagated by Dan Hartmann of Hartmann's Plant Company from wild blueberries in the upper peninsula of Michigan, Zone: 3-7. 


Little Crisp - H: 8 to 10 inches, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruits: Tiny blue berries. Note: Variety is from Luce County in Michigan. Has red stems and leaves turn a burgundy color in the fall and remain on stems until December. Use another low bush blueberry variety as a pollinator.  Zone: 3-7. 


Nelson - H: 5-6ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large firm berries that ripen in late July. Note: Variety developed by the USDA in New Jersey, Note: Use Elizabeth, Jersey, Legacy, Liberty, Blue Crop, Little Giant, or Draper as a pollinator, Zone: 4-7.


Patridge Lake - H: 6 inches to 2 ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Small blue fruits that have a sweet aroma and some acid. Note: Variety is from Allegan County in Michigan. Stems are yellow to orange and leaves turn to a yellow and burgundy color in the fall. Use another low bush blue variety as a pollinator. Zone: 4-7. 


Patriot - H: 4-6ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large firm fruit the ripen between early July and id August. Note: Developed by the University of Maine and use Duke, St. Cloud, Spartan, Blue Jay, Northland, Polaris, Blue Ray, Toro, Chanticleer, Sweetheart, or Hannah's Choice as pollinators, Zone: 3-7.


Pink Lemonade - H: 4-5, W: 5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Pink fruit that is medium size and sweet that ripens late July to early August, Note: Not good for commercial production, self-pollinating, and developed in 1996 by Mark Ehlenfeldt at the Philip E. Marucci Center for Blueberry and Cranberry Research and Extension in New Jersey, Zone: 4-8. 


Polaris - H: 3ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium sized sweet berries that ripen in July, Note: Developed by the University of Minnesota for cold areas and use Northland, Blue Ray, Toro, North Country, North Sky, North Blue, Blue Crop, Blue Gold or Chippewa as a pollinator, Zone: 3-7.


Princess Jenny - H: 4-5 inches, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Tiny blue berries. Note: Variety was found in the Baraga County in Michigan. Use another low bush blueberry variety as a pollinator. Zone: 3-7. 


Rancocas - H: 4-6ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Firm, sweet, medium sized berries that ripen in July. Note: Good for baking & desserts, also use Polaris, Chippewa, Elizabeth, Nelson, Patriot, Rubel, St. Cloud, or Toro, Zone: 4-7.


Rubel - H: 5-7ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small, firm berries that ripen in late July and are high in antioxidants, Note: Self-pollinating, but best yields are obtained when planted with a variety like Nelson or Elizabeth, Zone: 3-7.


Ruby Carpet - H: 6 inches, W: N/A, Sun: Part to Full, Fruit: Small fruit with wild blueberry flavor. Note: Variety selected from wild lowbush blueberries in Maine and use Brunswick as a pollinator, Zone: 3-7.


St. Cloud - H: 4ft, W: 4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium/large firm fruit that ripen in July. Note: Developed by the University of Minnesota for cold areas and requires North Blue, North Country, of North Sky as a pollinator, Zone: 4a -7b.


Sunrise -H: 3-4ft, W: 5-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet/tangy large berries that ripen June/July, Note: Self-pollinating and heat tolerant, Zone: 5-9.


Sweetheart -H: 5-6ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium to large size fruits that ripen late June/early July and store well. Note: Should be planted with Duke or Hannah's Choice, Zone: 4-8.


Tiny Blue - H: 6 inches to 2 ft, W: N/A, Fruits; Small blue berries that are sweet. Note: The variety has very narrow leaves. Zone: 3-6.


Shipping and delivery of potted plants unavailable. Pickup of potted plants available on the farm after May 15th.


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm

Blueberries
$15.00

Boysenberries

Below are the types of boysenberries we carry in 1/1.5 gal pots:


No Name - H: 5-6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet and tangy large red/purple berries that ripen in late July and can be used for cobblers, pies, and preserves, Note: A cross between blackberries, loganberries, and raspberries, Zone: 5-9. Sold Out


#43 - H: 5-6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet and tangy large red/purple berries that ripen in late July and can be used for cobblers, pies, and preserves, Note: A selected vigorous seedling, Zone: 5-9. Sold Out


Riwaka Choice - H: 4-6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Intense flavored red/purple berries. Note: A New Zealand boysenberry cultivar and self-pollinating, Zone: 5-10. Sold Out


Shipping of potted plants unavailable. Pickup of potted plants available on the farm after May 15th.

Boysenberries
$10.00

Bush Cherries

These are the varieties of bush cherries which we carry in 1 gal pots:


Jan - H: 4 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Tart red fruit that are good for fresh eating or processing and ripen mid-August to late September, Note: Needs Joy to cross pollinate and developed in NH, Zone: 4.


Joel - H: 4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Tart red fruit that ripen in early/mid-September, Note: Needs Joy to pollinate and developed in NH, Zone: 4-8. 


Joy - H: 4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: tart red fruit that ripen in mid/late September, Note: Needs Jan to pollinate and developed in NH, Zone: 3-8. 


Shipping and delivery of potted plants unavailable. Pickup on the farm only available after May 15th.


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm

Bush Cherries
$15.00

Nanking Cherries

These are the following varieties of Nanking bush cherries we carry in 1 gal pots:


Gabe: H: 4-8ft, W: 8ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: White cherries that are sweet and low in acid. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Needs another variety of Nanking cherry to pollinate with.  Note: Variety was selected by Michael McConkey. Zone: 3-7. 


Ian - H: 4-6ft, W: 6, Sun: Full, Fruit: White cherries that ripen in July with a sweeter flavor than the traditional red Nanking cherries. Note: Need two different varieties for pollination and does well in drought conditions. Zone: 3-7.


Jules - H: 4-6ft, W: 6, Sun: Full, Fruit: White cherries that ripen in July with a sweeter flavor than the traditional red Nanking cherries. Note: Need two different varieties for pollination. Zone: 3-7.


Red - H: 6-10ft, W: 6-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark red cherries that are similar to the sour type and can be used for pies and preserves. Fruit ripens in July-August, Note: Native to Asia and short lived, so replant propagates often, can be used as dwarfing rootstock for other cherries, needs another Nanking cherry as a pollinator. Zone: 2.


Roger's Select - H: 6-10ft, W: 6-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Purple/red cherries that are similar to the sour type and can be used for pies and preserves. Fruit ripens in July-August, Note: This seedling of Red Nanking cherry was growing on Ort Family Farm and found to have to have darker red fruit compared to others from the same batch of seedlings.  You need 2 Nanking cherries for best pollination. Zone: 2.


Shipping and delivery of potted plants unavailable. Plants available only via pickup on the farm or at farmers market after May 15th.


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm

Nanking Cherries
$18.00

Cranberries

These are the following varieties of cranberries we offer in 1 gal pots:


Ben Lear - H: 8-10 inches, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Medium/large red fruit that ripens in fall, Note: Variety comes from Wisconsin and is a good producer, Zone: 4-8. 


Pilgrim - H: 4-6 inches, W: 2ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large red fruit that are tasty which ripens in the fall. Fruits ripen later than most varieties and that store well. Note: Self fertile and needs acidic soil, developed by the USDA in NJ and released in 1961. Zone: 2-8.


Shipping and delivery of potted plants unavailable. Pickup of potted plants available on the farm after May 15th.


Photo Source: Joanna Kosinska, Unsplash

Cranberries
$12.00

Cranberries, High Bush

Photo by Dmitry Bukhantsov on UnsplashThese are the following varieties of cranberries we offer in 1 gal pots:


Kalinka (TM) - H: 8-10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large bright red berries in clusters. Fruit ripens in September. Note: Discovered in Ukraine and introduced to One Green World and North Woods Nursery by Oleg Nedvyga. Plants are self-fertile. Zone: 3. 


Shipping and delivery of potted plants unavailable. Pickup of potted plants available on the farm or at farmers' market after May 15th.


Photo Source: Dmitry Bukhantsov, Unsplash

Cranberries, High Bush
$22.00

Black Currants

We have the following varieties of black currants available in 1 gal pots:


Ben Alderman - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Medium size tart black berries that ripen in July. Note: Partially self-pollinating but should be planted with another black currant variety for best pollination, Zone: 3-8. Sold Out


Ben Lamond - H: 4 -5ft, W: 4-5ft, Sun: Part of full, Fruit: Large tart berries that ripen in mid-July, Note: A commercial Scottish variety that is good for cross pollinating other currants, Zone: 3-7. 


Ben Sarek - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large tart, flavorful berries that ripen in July. Note: Variety developed in Scotland and is frost and mildew resistant. Partially self-pollinating but should be planted with another black currant variety for best pollination, Zone: 3-7. Sold Out


Black Combe - H: 3-6ft, W: 3-6ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large tart, black berries that ripen in July. Note: Partially self-pollinating but should be planted with another black currant variety for best pollination, Zone: 3-8.


Delindmoi - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Black berries that are aromatic and juicy. Fruit ripens in July and is good dehydrating/drying. Note: A new variety from France through Northwoods Nursery. Variety is resistant to powdery mildew and self-fertile. Zone: 3-8.


Kantata 50 - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large black berries that are sweet with low acid but traditional black currant flavor. Fruit ripens in July and good for eating fresh. Note: A variety from the former Soviet Union and introduced from the Germplasm Repository in Corvalis, OR. The variety is self-fertile. Zone: 3-8. 


Lentaj - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Jet black fruit that are sweet but mildly tart too. Fruit ripens in July and good for fresh eating. Note: Another variety brought to the United States from the former Soviet Union. The variety is self-fertile. Zone: 3-8. 


Lewis R - H: 3-6ft, W: 3-6ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Black berries that ripen in July. Note: An introduction by Elmore Roots. Partially self-pollinating but should be planted with another black currant variety for best pollination, Zone: 3-8.


Minaj Smyriou - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: A mild flavor black currant that ripen in July. Note: Resistant to white blister rust and mildew. Needs heavy pruning! Developed in Bulgaria. Self-pollinating but should be planted with another black currant variety for best pollination, Zone: 3-8. Sold Out


Prince Consort - H: 4-5ft, W: 3-6ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Medium size tart fruit that ripen in July. Note: Developed in Ottawa, Canada. Partially self-pollinating but should be planted with another black currant variety for best pollination, Zone: 3-7.


Siltsa - H: 3-5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Sweet large berries that ripen in July. Note: Earliest black currant to ripen and developed in Holland. Partially self-pollinating but should be planted with another black currant variety for best pollination, Zone: 3-8. Sold Out


Swedish Black - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Black fruit that ripens in July before most black currant cultivars. Fruit is good for eating fresh and dehydrating/drying. Note: Self-fertile variety. Zone: 3-8. 


Titania -H: 3-6ft, W: 4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Firm, mild flavored berries that ripen all at once in July, Note: Resistant to white pine blister rust. Partially self-pollinating but should be planted with another black currant variety for best pollination, Zone: 3-7.


Shipping and delivery of potted plants is unavailable. Pick up of potted plants available on farm or at farmers' market after May 15th.


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm

Black Currants
$18.00

Pink Currants

These are the varieties of pink currants we have available in 1 gal pots:


Gloria de Sablon - H: 5ft, W: 4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Pink translucent sweet berries that ripen in July. Note: Heirloom French variety that is mildew and rust resistant as well as cold hardy and self-pollinating, Zone: 4-8.


Pink Champagne - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet rosy pink berries that ripens in July, Note: Disease resistant and self pollinating, Zone: 3-7.


Shipping and delivery of potted plants is unavailable. Pick up of potted available on farm after May 15th.


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm

Pink Currants
$18.00

Red Currants

Below are the varieties of red currants we offer in 1 gal pots:


Heros - H: 4-6ft, 2-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large sweet/tart red berries on long chains. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Variety is fairly resistant to most fungal disease and pests. Also, plants are self-fertile. Zone: 3-8.


Honeywood - H: 3-5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet/​tart red berries that are good for eating and preserves, Note: Canadian variety the produces large crops and is very disease resistant. Self-pollinating, Zone: 3-8.


Johnakeer van Tets - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red sweet berries that ripen in July. Note: Holland variety as well as mildew and aphid resistant. Self-pollinating, Zone: 3-7.


London Market - H: 4-5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large berries that ripen in July. Note: Self-pollinating, Zone: 3-7.


Perfection - H: 3-5, W: 3-6ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large dark red berries that have high antioxidant and phenolic content. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Variety is reported to be resistant to White Pine Blister Rust. Zone: 3-9.


Pomona - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Long chains of dark red berries up to 4 inches in length. Berries are large, juicy and sweet. Fruit ripens in July. Note: A Canadian variety and self-fertile. Zone: 3-8.


Red Jade (TM) - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Bright red berries on large chains with a hit of tartness. Fruit is good for eating fresh and preserves. Also, berries ripen in July. Note: Self-fertile. Zone: 3-8.


Rubina - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Dark red berries that are flavorful and sweet. Fruit is good for eating fresh and preserves. Also, fruit ripens in July. Note: A Swedish variety that is fairly resistant to pest and fungal diseases. Plants are self-fertile. Zone: 3-8. 


Stephens - H: 3-5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet berries that ripen in July. Note: Developed in Ontario, Canada in the 1930s and self-pollinating, Zone: 3-7.


Viking - H: 3-5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet berries that ripen in July. Note: Developed in Norway and imported to USA in 1930s as well as resistant to white pine rust and powdery mildew, Zone: 3-5.


Wilder - H: 4-6ft, W: 2-5ft, Sun: Fruit: Medium size dark red berries that ripen in July. Note: A high yielding variety and self-pollinating, Zone: 3-8.


Shipping and delivery of potted plants unavailable. Pick up of potted available on farm or at farmers' market after May 15th.


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm.

Red Currants
$18.00

White Currants

These are the types of white currants which we offer in 1 gal pots:


Bar Le Duc - H: 3-4ft, W: 3-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Translucent, sweet large berries that are good for eating fresh and preserves, Note: French variety and self-pollinating, Zone: 3-8.


Blanka - H: 3-5ft, W: 4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Translucent, very large, sweet berries that ripen in July, Note: Variety developed in Slovakia and disease/pest resistant, Zone: 3.


Imperial - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Clear white berries with pink blush that form on long chains. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Self-fertile. Zone:3-8.


Swedish White: H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Clusters of very clear/white fruit that are sweet and flavorful. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Self-fertile. Zone: 3.


White Pearl - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Chains of large translucent berries that are flavorful and sweet. Note: This variety is originally from Holland, has upright form, and is self-fertile. Zone: 3.


White Transparent: H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Fruits are translucent white and sweet. Also, fruit ripens in July. Note: Self-fertile. Zone: 3. 


Zitavia - H; 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Very clear white fruit that grow in long chains. Berries ripen in July. Note: This variety is a recent release from Northwoods Nursey and was bred for greater disease resistance. Plants are self-fertile. Zone: 3.


Shipping of potted plants unavailable. Pickup of potted plants available on farm or at farmers' market after May 15th.


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White Currants
$18.00

Dewberries

These are the following varieties of dewberries we offer:


Austin - H: 3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small black fruit similar to blackberries that ripen in May/June. Self-pollinating, Zone: 5-10.


Golden - H: 3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small yellow fruit similar to blackberries that ripen in May/June. Self-pollinating, Zone: 5-10. Sold Out


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Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm

Dewberries
$10.00

Elderberry

Below are the following varieties which we offer in 1 gal pots:


Adams - H: 6-10ft, W: 6-8ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large clusters of small, sweet berries that ripen in August, Note: Should use John as a pollinator, Zone: 3-9.


Bob Gordon - H: 6-8ft, W: 6-8ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Larger and sweeter than most cultivars and uniformly ripen in September, Note: Stems can be mowed down each year once dormant. Needs another variety of Elderberry as a pollinator, Zone: 4-10.


Dr. Way - H: 6-10 ft, W: 6-12 ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large clusters of average size berries that ripen uniformly in September - October. Note: Developed by Dr. Way at Cornell University. Needs another variety of elderberry as a pollinator, Zone: 5.


Johns - H: 6-10ft, W: 6-8ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large clusters of large berries that ripen mid-August, Note: Cold hardy and best pollinator for other elderberry varieties, Zone: 3-9.


Marge - H: 5-8ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large berries that ripen in August on second year canes. Berries are good for juice, pies, preserves, syrups, and wine. Note: Hybrid between American and European elderberries, self-pollinating, and diseases resistant, Zone: 3-10.


Maximum - H: 6 -10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large berries that ripen in August, Note: Developed by Cornell University. Needs another variety or Elderberry as a pollinator, Zone: 3-10.


Nova - H: 6-10ft, W: 6-8ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet berries that ripen in August, Note: Good pollinator for other elderberry varieties and cold hardy, Zone: 4-8. 


Ranch - H: 5-6ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Ripens in late August/early September, Note: Needs Nova or York as a pollinator, cold hardy, drought tolerant, and tolerant of poor soils, Zone: 3-8.


Samdal - H: 6-8ft, W: 2-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large clusters or black/dark purple berries with good flavor that ripen in August. Note: Developed in Denmark and use Samyl as a pollinator, Zone: 3-7. Sold Out


Samyl - H: 6-8ft, W: 2-5ft, Sun: Pat to full, Fruit: Large clusters or black/dark purple berries with good flavor that ripen August. Produces large yield than Samdal. Note: Developed in Denmark and use Samdal as a pollinator, Zone: 3-7. 


Scotia - H: 6-8ft, W: 6-8ft Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size sweet berries that ripen in July and have the highest sugar content of all the varieties. Note: Needs another Elderberry variety as a pollinator, Zone: 3.


Wyldewood - H: 5-8ft, W: 5-8ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Small berries on large clusters that ripen in August, Note: Needs Ranch or Bob Gordon as pollinator, tolerant of poor soil, ad can be mowed to ground once dormant, Zone: 4-8.


York - H: 6-10ft, W: 6-8ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Soft, dark purple/black berries that ripen in August and are good for cooking, preserves, and wine. Note: Needs another elderberry variety as a pollinator, Zone: 4-8.


Shipping and delivery of potted plants is unavailable. Pickup of potted plants available on farm or at farmer's market after May 15th.


Photo Sources: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm

Elderberries
$15.00

Figs

These are following varieties of figs which we offer in 1 gal:


Alma - H: 15ft, W: 8-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green that turns to yellow/bronze when ripe and has amber/pink flesh that is rich and sweet. Note: Developed by Texas A&M and resistant to fruit rot, Zone: 7-10.Sold Out


Barnisotte - H: 15-20ft, W: 12-15ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet, juicy large fruit that ripen to a dark brown color with pink, red flesh, Zone: N/A. Sold Out


Beer's Black - H: 10-20ft, W: 10-20, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium sweet buttery flavored fruit that ripens to a violet/black color with pink flesh, Note: Self-pollinating, Zone: 7-10.


Black Triana - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium to large fruit with a sweet berry flavor that ripens to a violet/black color, Note: Developed in Italy and self-pollinating, Zone: ~7-10.


Brown Turkey - H: 10-20ft, W: 10-20ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small to medium sized that ripen to a brown color, Note: Hardiness zone 5 to 9, but needs protection if temps drop below -10 F.


Celeste - H: 7-10ft, W: 6-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small to medium size that ripens to a purple color with rose colored fleshed with a juicy and sweet as sugar taste, Note: Good for containers, self-pollinating, and fruit is good for drying, Zone: 7-11.


Chicago Hardy - H: 15-30ft, W: 15-30ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Medium size mahogany fruit, Note: Hardiness zone 5 to 10, needs winter protection at -10 to -20, heat tolerant, and good for containers, Zone: 5-10. Sold Out


Excel - H: 15 -20ft, W: 15-20ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large fruit that is yellow in color with pink/red flesh that is high in sugar content, Note: Self-pollinating and fruit less prone to cracking, Zone: 6-10.Sold Out


Goccia D' Oro - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet fruit that are green/yellow with strawberry colored flesh when ripe, Note: Self-pollinating and produces 2 crops/year, Zone: ~7-10.


Italian Honey - H: 4-10ft, W: 4-8ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large, sweet fruit that ripen to green/yellow with amber flesh, Note: Self-pollinating, Zone: 7-10.Sold Out


King - H: 8-10ft, W: 6-8ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet and flavorful large fruit that ripen to a green/yellow color with strawberry colored flesh, Note: A very reliable and productive variety and self-pollinating, Zone: N/A.


LSU Purple - H: 8-10ft, W: 8-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Long dark purple figs with pink/red flesh. Note: Mature plants can produce up to 3 crops a year. Good variety to grow in containers. Zone: 7-10. 


Magnolia - H: 4-12ft, W: 6-12ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Very large fruit that ripen to a yellow color with a pink flesh, Note: Produces large quantity of fruit, but fruit are prone to cracking in humid conditions, Zone: 8a -10b.


Paradiso - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet and juicy large fruit that is green/yellow with red flesh when ripe, Note: Italian variety and self-pollinating, Zone: ~7-10.


Petite Negra - H: 4-6ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size sweet and juicy fruit that have black skin and red flesh when ripe, Note: Really good for containers, produces 2 crops a year, and self-pollinating, Zone: 7-10.


San Peitro -H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium/Large size fruit with a sweet berry flavor that are dark purple/black in color with red flesh when ripe, Note: Italian fig, good for drying, and produces 2 crops/year, Zone: ~7-10.


Skardu Black -H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Black in color when ripen, Note: Variety originally from Pakistan, supposedly hardy to -10 F, and self-pollinating, Zone: ~6.


Tarentella - H: 20-25ft, W: N/A Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet and juicy fruit that are brown in color when ripe, Note: Italian variety that produces 2 crops a year and is self-pollinating, Zone: ~7-10.


Tena - H: 8-12ft, W: 8-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green/yellow with amber/strawberry flesh when ripe, Note: Productive variety that was developed in California and is self-pollinating, Zone: 7. Sold Out


Verte - H: 10-20ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green with red flesh when ripe, Note: Heirloom variety, good for places with shorter seasons, and self-pollinating, Zone: 7-10.


White Texas Everbearing - H: 12-15ft, W: 8-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet and flavorful medium/large fruit that are amber color with golden flesh when ripe, Note: Produces 2 crops a year and are self-pollinating, Zone: 8b-10b. Sold Out


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Figs
$20.00

Gojiberries

We offer the following varieties of goji berries in 1 gal pots:


Crimson Star (TM) - H: 6-8ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large bright red fruit that start to ripen in August and continue through the fall. Note: A commercial Chinese variety and self-fertile. Zone: 5.  


Dynamite - H: 5-7ft, W: 5-7ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small fruit that ripen from June until frost, Zone: 3-8.


Firecracker - H: 5-6ft, W: 6-8ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Fruit ripens June through August and can be dried, frozen, or used fresh.  Zone: 3-8.


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Goji Berries
$18.00

Gooseberries

We carry the following varieties of gooseberries in 1 gal pots:


Amish - H: 2-3ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size deep red fruit that ripen in July. Note: Variety is said to be somewhat resistant to powdery mildew and other fungal diseases. Zone: 4-8. 


Black Velvet - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large, sweet dark purple fruit with a blueberry like flavor that ripens in late July, Note: Disease resistant and self-pollinating, Zone: 4-7.


Captivator - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: High yields of pink/purple fruit that ripen in July and are good for desserts, Note: Thornless, high resistance to mildew and leaf spot, self-pollinating, and developed in Ottawa, Canada, Zone: 3a.


Friend (TM) - H: 2-3ft, W: 2-3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet large red/pink fruit that ripen in July and are good to eat fresh or use in pies and preserves. Note: Ukrainian variety, thornless self-pollinating, and resistant to powdery mildew, Zone: 3. 


Hinnomaki Red - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size berries that are maroon in color with tart skins and sweet juicy flesh, and ripen in July, Note: Some resistance to mildew and self-pollinating, Zone: 3-6.


Hinnomaki Yellow - H: 2-3ft, W: N/A, Fruit: Medium to large size berries that are yellow and sweet with a hint of apricot flavor. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Variety is from Finland and said to be somewhat mildew resistant. Also, variety is self-pollinating. Zone: 3-8. 


Invicta - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large green berries that ripen in July. Fruit is good for pies and preserves. Note: This variety is resistant to mildew and good for mechanical harvest.  Variety is also self-pollinating and also said to produce twice the yields of other green gooseberry varieties. Zone: 3-8.


Jahns Prairie - H: 5ft, W: 5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Good quality of pink/red fruit, Note: Wild variety from Alberta, Canada, self-pollinating, resistant to mildew, leaf spot and grey mold (Botrytis), Zone: 3-9.


Jeanne - H: 5ft, W: 5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet large dark red berries that ripen in July, Note: Good producer and self-pollinating, Zone: 4-8.


Pixwell - H: 3-5 ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large green berries with pink blush that ripen in July. Fruit is good for pies and preserves. Note: Variety is self-pollinating. Zone: 3-8. 


Poorman - H: 3-4ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large sweet red berries that ripen in July and are good for fresh eating, pies, and preserves, Note: Heirloom variety that is mildew resistant and self-pollinating, Zone: 3-10. 


Selby - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large purple red berries that are flavorful and sweet. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Canadian variety that is disease resistant and self-pollinating. 


Shefford - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-5ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: This variety produces large yellow/green fruit that crisp and sweet. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Candian variety that was introduced through the Germplasm Repository in Corvalis, Oregan. Also, said to be thornless and disease resistant. Zone: 3-7. 


Tixia - H: 3-4ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red berries that ripen in July and are good for pies, juice, and preserves, Note: Self-pollinating and resistant to mildew, Zone: 3-8.


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Gooseberries
$18.00

Grapes

These are the varieties of grapes we carry in 1 gal pots:


Canadice  - Vine Length: 8-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size red grapes that are sweet and tangy. Ripens late August through early September. Fruit keeps long on the vine. Good for eating fresh, fruit salads, preserves, and wine. Note: Developed by Cornell University and self-pollinating. Zone: 4-8. 


Catawba - Vine Length: 15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size purple/red berries that ripen in September and are good for making champagne, juice, jelly, and wine, Note: Heirloom variety developed in the 1800s, Zone: 5-8. Sold Out


Concord Seedless - Vine Length: 8-12ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet seedless purple berries that ripen in mid-September and are good for eating fresh, jams, jelly, or juice, Note: Self-pollinating, Zone: 5-9.


Delaware - Vine Length: 20-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small red berries that are mild and fruity in flavor which ripen in early September and are used for champagne and wine. Note: Heirloom variety developed in the 1800s, Zone: 4. Sold Out


Einset Seedless - Vine Length: 10-15ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Firm, dark red grapes that are sweet and flavorful with a hint of strawberry like taste. Fruit ripens late August through early September and good for eating fresh and fruit salads. Note: Self-pollinating and developed by Cornell University. Zone: 5.


Glenora Seedless - Vine Length: 10-12ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Long clusters of dark blue grapes that ripen early to mid-September. Grapes are sweet and spicy in flavor. Note: Developed in NY and self-pollinating. Zone 5-9. 


Himrod Seedless - Vine Length: 8-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green/yellow fruit that is crunchy and sweet. Good for fresh eating and raisins, Note: Good variety for cold short summer areas. Developed at the NY State Agricultural Research station in Geneva, NY and release in 1952. Zone: 4-10. 


Marquis Seedless - Vine Length: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green grapes that are flavorful and good for desserts, fresh eating, and preserves. Ripens mid to late September. Note: Self-pollinating and developed by Cornell University in Geneva, NY. Zone: 5-8.


Niagara - Vine Length: 12-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet green/yellow berries that ripen mid/late September and are good for eating fresh, jelly, juice, and wine, Note: Self-pollinating, Zone: 5-8.


Reliance Seedless - Vine Length: 8-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet red seedless berries that ripen in August and are good for desserts, eating fresh, jam, jelly, and juice. Note: The hardiest seedless grape variety, late bloomer, resistant to anthracnose and mildew, and self-pollinating, Zone: 4-8. Sold Out


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Grapes
$18.00

Honeyberries/Haskaps

Below are the varieties of haskaps/honeyberries which we offer in 1 gal pots:


Aurora - H: 4-8ft, W: 4ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Sweet/tart elongated blue color berries that taste like blueberries and ripen in late May, Note: Needs a different variety for pollination, Zone: 2-9.


Blue Forest (TM) - H: 2-3ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large dark blue berries that are said to be tasty. Fruit ripens in June. Note: This variety should be planted with another late flowering type of haskap like Blue Mist (TM). Zone: 3


Blue Hokkaido (TM) - H: 4-5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Very large dark blue elongated berries that are sweet/tart and ripen in June, Note: Needs Blue Forest, Blue Mist, Blue Moon, Blue Pacific, Blue Sea, Blue Pagoda, Borealis, Honeybee, or Kamchatka as a pollinator, Zone: 3. 


Blue Mist (TM) - H: 2-3ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Plants produce an abundant amount of large, sweet tart berries in June. Fruit is good for eating fresh, juice and preserves.  Note: This variety was selected by Northwoods Nursery from Japanese seedlings.  Also, this variety should be planted with another late flowering type of haskap like Blue Forest for pollination. Zone: 4. 


Blue Moon (TM) - H: 2-3ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Plants produce large, dark blue, and tasty fruit that ripens in June. Note: This variety needs another late blooming variety of haskap to pollinate with. Zone:  3. 


Blue Pacific (TM) - H: 2-3ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Plants produce dark blue, large, tasty berries in June. Note: Russian variety and needs another later blooming variety of haskap to pollinate with. Zone: 3. 


Blue Sea (TM) - H: 2-3ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Very large blue fruit that are said to be flavorful and sweet. Fruit ripens in June. Note: Variety was selected by Northwoods Nursery from Japanese seedlings. This variety needs another variety of haskap to pollinate with. Zone: 3. 


Boreal Beast - H: 5ft, W: 5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large blue berries that are flavorful and good for u-pick operations. Ripens late May to early June. Note: This variety is a good pollinator for Boreal Beauty and Blizzard varieties as well as other mid to late season blooming varieties. Also, this variety is a release from the Saskatchewan Fruit Program in Canada. Zone: 2a. 


Boreal Beauty - H: 4-6ft, W: 3-5 ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large high quality blue berries that are good for mechanical harvest. Fruit ripens in June. Note: The best varieties to use as pollinators with this one is Aurora, Boreal Beast, Boreal Blizzard, Indigo Gen, Indigo Treat, or Tundra. Also, this variety is a release from the Saskatchewan Fruit Program in Canada. Zone: 2-7.


Boreal Blizzard - H: 5-8ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large blue fruit that are good for u-pick operations and mechanical picking. Fruit ripens in June. Note: The best varieties to use as a pollinator for this variety are Aurora, Boreal Beast, Boreal Beauty, and Tundra. Also, this variety is a release from the Saskatchewan Fruit Program in Canada. Zone: 2-7.


Czech 17 (aka Berry Blue) - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Medium size blue fruit that are best for making juice or desserts, Note: Developed in Russia and supposed to be a good pollinator for all varieties of honey berries/haskaps, Zone: 3-7. 


Indigo Gem - H: 3-4ft, W: 4ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: High yielding plant with blueberry like fruit that ripens in mid-June. Note: Developed by the University of Saskatchewan, needs another variety of haskap with a similar bloom time to pollinate with, Zone: 2-9. 


Indigo Treat - H: 4-6ft, W: 4ft, Sun: Part fo full, Fruit: Sweet, but slightly chewy berries that are good for fresh eating and ripen in May/June, Note: Use Blue Velvet, Blue Lightning, Smokey Blue, or Czech 17 as a pollinator, Zone: 2-9. 


Tundra: H: 4-8ft, W: 4-5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large sweet/tart flavor berries that ripen May/June, Note: Self-pollinating, but better production with a pollinator such as Honeybee, or Berry Blue, Zone: 2-8.


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Honeyberries/Haskaps
$18.00

Jostaberries

These are the following types of jostaberries we carry in 1 gal pots:


Black - H: 3-5ft, W: 3-6ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruits: Medium size dark red/black fruit that has the rich gooseberry flavor with a touch of the black currant tartness, Note: Self-pollinating and resistant to American gooseberry mildew, big bud gall mite, and white pine blister rust, Zone: 3-8.


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Jostaberries
$15.00

Artic Kiwi (Actinida kolomikta) 

These are varieties of artic kiwis we carry in 1 gal pots:


Arctic Beauty (Male) - H: 20ft, W: 2ft, Sun: Shade to part, Fruit: None because of being male, Note: Colorful white/pink/green foliage and can pollinate up to 8 Red Beauty females, Zone: 3a -7b.


Frost (Female) - H:6-10ft , W: 6-8ft, Sun: Part, Fruits: Bright green medium/large size berries that a very sweet and ripens in August, Note: Needs Pasha as a pollinator, Zone: 3-7. Sold Out


Pasha (Male) - H: 10-12ft, W: 6-8ft, Sun: Part, Fruits: None because of being male, Note: Colorful white/pink/green foliage and can pollinate up to 8 female arctic kiwi (Actinida kolomikta), Zone: 3-7.


Red Beauty (Female) - H: 12-15ft, W: 12-15ft, Sun: Part, Fruits: Small raisin size tasty fruit that ripens in August, Note: Red/green foliage and needs Arctic Beauty (Male) as a pollinator, Zone: 3a -7b.


September Sun (Female) - H: 10-20ft, W: 3-20ft, Sun: Part, Fruit, Sweet and flavorful large fruit that ripen in August/September, Note: Colorful white/pink/green foliage and needs Pasha as a pollinator, Zone; 3-7.


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Artic Kiwi
$16.00

Hardy Kiwi (Actinida arguta)

We offer the following varieties of hardy kiwi in 1 gal pots:


Anna (Female) - H: 8-12ft, W: 8-12ft, Sun: Full, Fruits: Sweet large size green color fruit that ripe in July through September, Note: Needs a male A. arguta pollinator, Zone: 4-9.


Chung Bai (Female) - H: 10-12ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruits: Apple shaped very sweet green berries that ripen September/October, Note: Needs a male pollinator such as Meader, Zone: 4-9.


Clark or 74-46 (Male) - H: N/A, W: 10-15ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: None because of being male, Note: Used primarily to pollinate 74-55 (female), but can be used for other A. arguta kiwi females too, Zone: 5-8.


Fairchild (Male) - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: None being male, Note: Formally known at USDA 74-52, has a long flowering window, Zone: 4b-8.Sold Out


Geneva (Female) - H: 20ft, W: 10-12ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruits: Medium size green fruits that are delicious and smooth skinned that ripen in September, Note: Developed in Geneva, NY and needs Meader as a pollinator, Zone 4-9.


Ken's Red (Female) - H: 10-12ft, W: 10-12ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruits: Fruits are sweet and have reddish brown skin and flesh. Ripen September to October, Note: Bears large crops and named after its breeder Ken Nobbs. Needs a male pollinator. Zone: 4-9.


Meader (Male) - H: 15-20ft, W: 15-20ft, Sun: Part, Fruits: None because of being male, Note: Used to pollinate up to 8 female kiwis (Actinida Arguta) such as Anna, Geneva, Issai, and others, Zone: 5-8.


MSU (Female) - H: 20-30ft, W: 10-12ft, Sun: Full, Fruits: Large lime green fruit that are delicious with a sweet and a bit acidic taste, Note: Needs a male A. arguta pollinator, Zone: 3-8.


Optiz (Male) - H: 10-30 ft, W: 10-30 ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: None because plant only produces male flowers. Note: This variety can be used to pollinate female hardy kiwi varieties. Zone: N/A. 


Prolific or 119-40B (Female) - H: 10-15ft, W: 10-15ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Solid green fruit that ripens in September through October. Sweet and high in vitamin C. Note: Previously known as 119-40B. Self-fertile but produces much larger yields if planted with a male A. arguta kiwi. Zone: 4 -8.


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Hardy Kiwi
$18.00

Lavacberry

H: N/A , W: N/A , Sun: Full, Fruit: Very similar in size and taste to blackberries, Note: A berry closely related to Boysenberry that was developed and grown for many years in Lavaca, AK, Zone: N/A. Pot size 1/1.5 gal. 


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Lavacaberry
$12.00

Ligonberries

These are the following varieties of lingonberries which we carry in 1 gal pots:


Enterdank - H: 1ft, W: N/A , Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Firm, large deep red fruit that ripens in October/November, Note: Self-pollinating but best yield if planted with another variety and likes moist acidic soil, Zone: 2. Sold Out


Erntestegen - H: 1ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large deep red berries with acidity and sweetness that ripen in October/November, Note: Self-pollinating, but best yield if planted with another variety and likes moist acidic soil, Zone: 2-7. Sold Out


Little Red - H: 1-1.5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Medium deep red berried that ripen in October/November, Note: Disease resistant, like moist acidic soil, and self-pollinating, but best yield if planted with another variety, Zone: 2-7. Sold Out


Magenta - H: 1-1.5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large deep red berries that ripen in October/November, Note: Resistant to root diseases, likes moist acidic soil, and self-pollinating, but best yield if planted with another variety, Zone: 2-7. Sold Out


New Farm -H: 1-1.5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Medium/large fruit that are light/dark red and ripen in September, Note: Disease resistant, likes moist acidic soil, and self-pollinating, but best yield if planted with another variety, Zone: 2-7. Sold Out


North Farm - H: 1ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Red berries that ripen late fall, Note: Likes moist acidic soil, and self-pollinating but best yields if planted with another variety, Zone: 2-7. Sold Out


Red Pearl - H: 1ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Small red berries that ripen late fall, Note: Likes moist acidic soil and self-pollinating but best yields if planted with another variety Zone: 3. Sold Out


Red Sunset - H: 8-12 inches, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Red berries that ripen in the fall, Note: Plant is self-fertile, but should be planted with a variety like Red Pearl for the production of larger crops. Zone: 2-7. Sold Out


Regal - H: 6-8 inches, W: 2ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Red large cranberry like berries that are good for cooking, preserves and sauces. Note: Variety developed by the University of Wisconsin, produces a double crop, and needs another variety of lingonberry as a pollinator. Zone: 3-9. Sold Out


Sanna - H: 1ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Red berries that ripen in fall, Note: Wild cultivar, likes moist acidic soil and self-pollinating but best yields if planted with another variety, Zone: 3-7. Sold Out


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Ligonberries
$12.00

Loganberry

H: 4-6ft, W: 1-2ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium/large red berries that ripen in June and are good for eating fresh, jam, jellies, juice, and pies, Note: A natural cross between blackberries and red raspberries that is self-pollinating, Zone: 5-9. Pot Size: 1 gal. 


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Loganberry
$12.00

Marionberry

H: 5-6ft, W; 2-3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet/tart dark purple to black berries that ripen in July and are good for pies, preserves, and syrup, Note: A cross of blackberries, loganberries, and raspberries by Oregon State University, Zone: 6-9. Pot Size: 1 gal. Sold Out


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Marionberry
$12.00

Nectarberry

H: 4-6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large reddish/blackberries, similar to but much large than blackberries, with fragrant, soft, sweet flavor with a bit or tartness. Ripens in June. Note: A cross from a youngberry and often consider a boysenberry, Zone: 5-9. Pot Size: 1 gal.Sold Out


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Nectarberries
$12.00

Olallieberry

H: 4-6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Black fruit that is sweet/tart. Note: Cross between loganberry and youngberry by Oregon State University. Self-pollinating, Zone: 7-9. Pot Size: 1 gal. Sold Out


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Olallieberry
$12.00

Pineberries

These are the following types of pineberries we offer in 2.5/3-inch pots:


Flamingo - H: 6 to 12 inches, W: 1 to 3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Pinkish white color berries that ripen in June. Flavor of fruit is similar to that of wild strawberries. Fruits are good for desserts and freezing. Note: Variety is self-pollinating but increase in yields are seen when planted with another with another strawberry variety. Zone: 4-8. 


Natural Albino - H: 1-1.5ft, W: 1-1.5ft, Sun Full, Fruit: White berries with red seeds and a hint of pineapple flavor. Note: Needs a red strawberry variety as a pollinator, Zone: 3-8.


Wonderful - H: 8-12 inches, W: 10-18 inches, Sun: Full, Fruit: Soft white fruit that can be pale pink or orange with red seeds, Note: Everbearing from spring to frost, use an everbearing strawberry like Seascape or Albion as a pollinator to increase yields, Zone: 3-9. 


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Pineberries
$3.00

Pomegranates

These are the following 2 varieties of pomegranates we carry in 1 gal pots:


Kazaki - H: 7-10ft, W: 7-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow/green fruit have crimson juice and an excellent sweet/tart flavor that ripen August-October, Note: A very cold hardy Uzbek variety (zone 6-10) that has high yields. Needs brought indoors during the winters in NY and self-pollinating.


Salavtski - H: 10ft, W: 10ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Very large, pale red fruit that has sweet/tart juice, Note: Very cold hardy (zone 6-10), but still needs brought indoors during the winters in NY. Very productive variety and self-pollinating.


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Pomegranates
$20.00

Ranui Berry

H: 4-6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark purple berries, similar to blackberries, that are juicy and sweet. Note: Developed in New Zealand by crossing auroraberries and marionberries. Self-pollinating, Zone: N/A.. Pot Size: 1 gal. Sold Out


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Ranui Berry
$12.00

Arctic Raspberries

These are the following varieties of arctic raspberries which we carry in 4-inch pots:


Anna - H: 6-inch, Sun: Part to Full, Fruit: Small, red, sweet/tart berries that ripen in July. Note: Need 2 different varieties for best pollination and developed in Sweden, Zone: 2.



Beta - H: 6-inch, Sun: Part to Full, Fruit: Small, red, sweet/tart berries that ripen in July. Note: Need 2 different varieties for best pollination and developed in Sweden, Zone: 2.


Sophia - H: 6-inch, Sun: Part to Full, Fruit: Small, red, sweet/tart berries that ripen in July, Note: Need 2 different varieties for best pollination and developed in Sweden, Zone: 2.


Valentina - H: 6-inch, Sun: Part to Full, Fruit: Small, red, sweet/tart berries that ripen in July. Note: Need 2 different varieties for best pollination and developed in Sweden, Zone: 2.


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Arctic Raspberries
$5.00

Black Raspberries

We are offer the following varieties of black raspberries in 1 gal pots:


Black Delicious - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Medium size berries that are dark black and firm. Fruit has small seeds and a creamy texture flesh that is aromatic and intense. Berries are 0.5 inches and diameter and ripen in mid-July. Note: Variety was discovered by Natasha and Jared in Colombus, OH. Zone: 5-7. 


Pequot Lakes - H: 4-5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Medium/large black berries that are sweet with low acidity and ripen late July, Note: Bred in Minnesota and very cold hardy, self-pollinating, Zone: 3-7.


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Black Raspberries
$12.00

Purple Raspberries

These are the following varieties of purple raspberries we carry in 1 gal:


Brandywine - H: 3-4ft, W: 2-3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Extra-large, firm, purple color berries that berries that are good for jam, pies and wine, and produce a crop in both July and September, Note: Hybrid between a black and red raspberry, and developed by Cornell University, Zone: 4-8.


Royalty - H: 4-5ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large purple berries that are sweet and fruit holds color when frozen. Ripen in August. Note: Self-pollinating, resistant to insects, and developed by Cornell University, Zone: 4-8.


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Purple Raspberries
$14.00

Red Raspberries

Below are the following varieties of red raspberries we carry in 1 gal pots:


Addison - H: 6ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Firm medium/large red berries that have a fine flavor and high sugar content. Berries ripen from summer through the fall. Note: Variety can be grown in containers in high tunnel production and is resistant to Botrytis Rot. Zone: 3-11. 


Autumn Bliss - H: 4-5ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Very large red berries that have a mild flavor and ripen from August through frost, Note: Root rot and aphid resistant. Self-Pollinating, Zone: 5-9.


Bababerry -H: 4-6ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: A very large, firm, red, Southern type raspberry with a sweet and excellent flavor. Produces a large crop in early summer (May-July) and small crop again in fall. Note: Self-pollinating, Zone: 5/6-9.


Baumforth SDA - H: 4-6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red, round and somewhat flattened soft juicy berries. Note: Seedling was selected by John Baumforth in 1865 and started being grown in Europe around 1880. Self-pollinating, Zone: 3/4.


Caroline - H: 4-8ft, W: 3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium/large red berries with a full, intense, rich raspberry flavor and produces 2 crops/year. One crop in late June and the other in August until frost. Note: This variety does not tolerate high heat or droughts, Zone: 5-8.


Claudia - H: 4-8ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red berries that are said to ripen in June. Self-pollinating. Zone: 5.


Crimson Night - H: 5-8ft, W: 4-5ft, Sun Full, Fruit: Conical deep red fruit that ripens in late June, and then again in September, Note: Self-pollinating, resistant to phytophthora root rot and leaf issues, and released by Cornell University, Zone: 4-8.


Encore - H: 4-5ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red velvety and flavorful berries that ripen late July/early August. Note: Variety was developed by Cornell University in Geneva, NY, self-pollinating, resistant to root rot, cold hardy, and heat tolerant., Zone:4b -8b.


English Thornless - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet red berries that ripen in summer. Note: Young growth has fuzzy stems but matures into smooth thornless canes. Variety has been grown by Edible Landscaping in Afton VA for 30 years. Also, variety bears consistently year after year Zone: 6-9.


Heritage - H: 4-5ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large sweet red berries that are good for canning, freezing, fresh eating, and preserves. Produces 2 crops/year, one in July and another in September through frost. Note: Developed by Cornell University, self-pollinating, cold hardy, tolerant of poor soil, and canes don't need staked or trellised, Zone: 4-8.


Mammoth Red - H: 6-8ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Very large sweet red berries that ripen mid-June to early July, Note: Self-pollinating and canes require support, Zone: 3-7.


Meeker - H: 6ft, W: 4-6ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large, thimble shape red berries that are sweet and have rich flavor that are good for eating fresh, freezing, and preserves. Ripens in June. Note: Self-pollinating and canes need support, Zone: 5-8.


Nova - H: 4-6ft, W: 3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: High quality, medium/large, firm red berries that ripen in late summer/early fall, Note: Resistant to most cane diseases, self-pollinating, and developed in Nova Scotia, Zone: 3-8.


September - H:3-4, W: 2-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium/large red berries that are juicy and tart. Berries are good for baking, eating fresh, freezing, and preserves. Note: Plants produce two crops a year. Self-pollinating. Zone: 3-8.


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Red Raspberries
$12.00

Yellow Raspberries

These are the following varieties of yellow raspberries which we offer in 1 gal pots:


Anne - H: 4-5ft, W: 3-4, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large pale-yellow fruits that are sweet with a hint of apricot flavor and ripen in July and September, Note: Self-pollinating and developed by a cooperative breeding program in MD, NJ, VA, and WI, Zone: 4-9.


Fall Gold - H: 4ft, W: 3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large, yellow conical shape berries with good flavor and mild texture that are good for eating fresh, freezing, and preserves. Produces two crops/year, one is June/July and another late August/early September through frost. Note: Self-pollinating., Zone: 3a-7.


Graton Gold - H: 4-5ft, W: 3-4ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow fruit that ripens to a orange color, Note: A yellow sport of the red raspberry variety 'Heritage,' Zone: 4-8.


Kiwi Gold - H: 1-2ft, W: 1ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Lemon yellow fruit that is extremely sweet. Plants yield a summer and fall crop of fruit. Note: This raspberry variety was developed in New Zealand and self-fertile. Zone: 4-8. Sold Out


Yellow Antwerp - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow fruits, Note: Heirloom variety and documented as far back as 1818, Zone: N/A. Sold Out


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Yellow Raspberries
$14.00

Schisandra Vine

Eastern Prince (TM) - H: 6-8ft, W: 6-8ft, Sun: Part, Fruit & Leaves: Produces crimson red berries in September that are tart but rich in vitamins. Fruit can be dried, juiced, or made into preserves. Leave, shoots, and roots can be used for tea. Note: Self-pollinating, extremely cold hardy to -35 F, used a lot in Chinese Medicine, Zone: 3. Pot Size: 1 gal. 


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Schisandra Vine
$20.00

Serviceberries/Juneberries

We carry the following varieties of serviceberries in 1 gal pots:


Smokey - H: 8-10ft, W: 3-10ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Dark purple berries with a flavor that is similar to blueberry mixed with strawberries. Fruit ripens in June and are good for baking, eating fresh, and preserves. Note: Self-fertile. Zone: 3-6.


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Serviceberries/Juneberries
$20.00

Seaberries

These are the following varieties of seaberries which we carry in 1 gal pots:


Frugana (Female) - H: 10-12ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Produces large, tart, orange/red berries that ripen earlier than other seaberry varieties in August, Note: Needs a male to pollinate with, Zone: 3-9.


Leikora (Female) - H: 6-14ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Orange juicy fruit that are tart and ripen from late August to early September, Note: Needs a male to pollinate with, Zone: 3-9.


Male - H: 6-10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: None as it is a male. Note: Can pollinate up to 8 females and nitrogen fixing. 


Orange Energy (TM, Female) - H: 6-8ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Produces large crop of tart, flavorful orange fruit in September, Note: Bred by H.J. Albrecht in Berlin, Germany and needs a male to pollinate with, Zone: 3-9. 


Orange Glow (TM, Female) - H: 6-8ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Bright/orange berries that ripen in mid-August. Fruit is good for fresh eating, juice and preserves. Note: One of the earliest ripening varieties of seaberry and needs to have a male plant to pollinate with. Zone: 3-9.


Radiant (TM, Female) - H: 8ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large elongated orange berries that are juicy and flavorful. Ripens late July/early August. Note: Needs a male as a pollinator, Siberian variety, and nitrogen fixing, Zone: 3-9. 


Sirola (TM) - H: 6-8 ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large red/orange berries that are unusually sweet for a Seaberry. Fruit ripens in mid-August and is good for fresh eating and juice. Note: A hybrid of German and Siberian varieties and requires a male plant to pollinate. Zone: 3-9. 


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Seaberries
$25.00

Strawberries - Everbearing & Junebearing

These are the following varieties of everbearing strawberries which we carry in 3.5/4.5-inch pots:


Albion - H: 1ft, W: 2-3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large, bright red, conical berries that are firm and sweet. Ripens in June and a second crop again in late summer, Note: Resistant to anthracnose crown rot, phytophthora crown rot, and verticillium wilt, Zone: 3-9.


Ozark Beauty - H: 1ft, W: 1ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet, red, and large berries that begin to ripen in June and continue until frost. Note: Self-pollinating and heaviest yielding of the everbearing varieties. Zone: 4-8.


Seascape - H: 1ft, W; 2-3ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large, bright red, berries that are deliciously sweet and juicy. Ripens throughout the summer into fall. Note: Self-pollinating, disease resistant, heat tolerant, and can be grown in high densities or containers, Zone: 4-7. 


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Strawberries - Everbearing
$3.00

Strawberries - Wild & Alpine

These are the following wild & alpine strawberry varieties we carry in 2.5/3.5 inch pots:


Appelever - H: 1ft, W, N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Small deep red berries that are sweet that ripens throughout the summer. Note: Selected in the 1960s in France from Alpine Strawberries, Zone: 3a -9b. Sold Out


Eastern White Pine - H: 1-1.5ft, W:N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red berries, Note: Very old cultivar that supposedly dates back to the 1700s, Zone: 4-9.


Fraises des Bois - H: 6-8 inches, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Tiny, deep red, conical fruit, that very aromatic and sweet. Ripens in March -October. Note: Self-pollinating and good for containers, Zone: 4-8. Sold Out


German Musk - H: 6-8 inches, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Small, deep red, berries with intense aroma and superb taste with hints of raspberry and pineapple. Ripens May- July. Note: Wild strawberry from Europe that began being cultivated around the 19th century, Zone: 6. Sold Out


Little Scarlet - H: 1-1.5ft, W: 1-1.5ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Tiny red berries similar to those of alpine or musk strawberries and ripen June/July. Note: Originally from North America but brought to Great Britain in the 1900s where it was used for jam production, Zone: 3a -9b. Sold Out


Toklat - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size red berries with a rich flavor that ripen in June. Note: Developed for the interior of Alaska and self-pollinating, Zone: 1b. Sold Out


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Strawberries - Wild & Alpine
$4.00

Sunberry

H: 4-8ft, W: 4-8ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark glossy berries, that look like blackberries, with loganberry flavor. Note: Developed by East Malling Research Station, Kent, United Kingdom. Self-pollinating, Zone: N/A. 


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Sunberry
$12.00

Tayberry

H: 4-6ft, W: 4-6 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet, large aromatic red/purple berries that are good for eating fresh, desserts, jams, and jellies. Note: A cross between a blackberry and raspberry by Scottish Crop Research Institute. Self-pollinating, Zone: 5-8. Pot Size: 1 gal. Sold Out


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Tayberry
$10.00

Thimbleberry

H: 6ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Delicate red berries that ripen in summer and are good for fresh eating, drying, and preserves. Note: Use as food and medicine by the Native Americans of the Northwest. Self pollinating and thornless, Zone: 3-9. Pot size: 1 gal. Sold Out


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Thimbleberry
$10.00

Veitchberry

Bedford Giant - H: 6-8ft, W: 3-4, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large blackberry like fruit that are juicy and sweet. Fruit ripens August to September and good for freezing. Note: Cross between raspberry and blackberry by John Sedan, can tolerate poorly drained soil, but is vulnerable to severe frosts, Zone: 5. 


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Veitchberry
$12.00