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The Berry section has changed... We are producing more landscaping-type berry plants, and less regular berry plants... We lumped a lot of the regular trees and shrubs in this section this year, because they all produce fruits or semi-edibles. Some of the other semi-edibles are still listed under the Shrubs section. Great for wildlife too...


Aronia Berry - Black - Hardy, gets up to 6 feet tall, the Aronias are becoming very popular. They produce tart black berries which are great for jam or juice. Higher in anti-oxidants than Blueberries, so plant these for fruit production or as a great landscaping shrub. Native plant and part of the Rose Family! This is the True-species, not a hydrid.

Zones: 4 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Specimens, Fruit

$5.95

Get these in Sets... 3, 10, or 25

Set of 3 Plants...

$15.95

Set of 10 Plants...

$59.95

Set of 25 Plants...

$98.95

For Larger/Older Plants..

$21.95

Get the Book!


We have an easy-to-read book about these trees. Included is: Planting Instructions, botanical information, tips on fertilizing, pruning and more. For $2.99, it is well worth having.

Go to: Amazon, take the Kindle eBooks links, and do a search for:

"How-to Plant and Grow the Black Aronia Berry"

By: William A. Jack

ASIN: B07GBNVDV6.


Blueberry - Northern variety or Southern, these will also grow up to six feet tall, but with sweet blue edible berries. These make an interesting and unique landscaping plant, also good for wildlife. Whether for juice or landscaping, the Blues are worth planting.

Sorry, No crop for 2020...

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Specimens, Fruit

Get the Book!


We have an easy-to-read book about these trees. Included is: Planting Instructions, botanical information, tips on fertilizing, pruning and more. For $2.99, it is well worth having.

Go to: Amazon, take the Kindle eBooks links, and do a search for:

"Simple How-to Plant and Grow Blueberries"

By: William A. Jack

ASIN: B07GZTC9S5.


Saskatoon Berry (Serviceberry) - Black - Hardy, gets up to 6 feet tall, the Aronias are becoming very popular. They produce tart black berries which are great for jam or juice. Like the Aronia, these are higher in anti-oxidants than Blueberries, so plant these for fruit production or as a great landscaping shrub. Native plant and part of the Rose Family!

Zones: 3 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Specimens, Fruit

For one or more...

$6.95

Set of 3 Plants...

$17.95

Set of 10 Plants...

$59.95

For the Larger/Older Plants...

$19.95


American Elderberry - A large shrub up to 10 feet tall, making clusters of tart edible black berries, perfect for that elderberry pie! Or... make Elderberry wine! Trimmed back, ships as root-crowns.

Zones: 3 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Specimen, Fruit

$5.95


Paw Paw - This edible fruit tree gets up to 40 feet tall, and good for half of the country. Sweet 2 to 5 inch banana-mango like fruits are highly nutritious! Unique purple flowers and yellow fall color so plant these as specimens or to produce fruit.

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Specimen, Fruit

For one or more... $8.95

Get these in Sets... 3 or 10

For Set of 3...

$21.95

For Set of 10...

$69.95

Get the Book!


We have an easy-to-read book about these trees. Included is: Planting Instructions, botanical information, tips on fertilizing, pruning and more. For $2.99, it is well worth having.

Go to: Amazon, take the Kindle eBooks links, and do a search for:

"Simple How-to Plant and Grow Paw Paw Trees"

By: William A. Jack

ASIN: B07GDKX2ZC.


Red Mulberry - A medium-sized tree up to 40 feet tall that makes red to black sweet raspberry-like edible fruit. A perfect tree for open areas or as a wildlife food source. Fast growing and hardy, the Red makes a good shade tree or for fruit-production. Ever eat a Red Mulberry pie?

Zones: 5 to 10
Soils: Most
Moisture: Low to Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
Uses: Specimen, Shade, Fruit

$5.95

And the larger 3-4 footers...

$21.95


White Mulberry - A medium-sized tree up to 40 feet tall that makes white to black sweet blackberry-like edible fruit. A perfect tree for open areas or as a wildlife food source. Fast growing and hardy, the White makes a good shade tree or for fruit-production. Ever have Mulberry wine?

Zones: 5 to 10
Soils: Most
Moisture: Low to Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
Uses: Specimen, Shade, Fruit

$6.95

Get the Book!


We have an easy-to-read book about these trees. Included is: Planting Instructions, botanical information, tips on fertilizing, pruning and more. For $2.99, it is well worth having.

Go to: Amazon, take the Kindle eBooks links, and do a search for:

"Simple How-to Plant and Grow Mulberry Trees"

By: William A. Jack

ASIN: B07GC7331Q.


Nanking Cherry - Very popular for the landscape and for the berries! This native species is more shrub-like with multiple stems up to 15 feet tall, a fast grower, and produces small 1/2 inch red to black semi-sweet fruits. Good for screens and hedges as well.

Small but nice...

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Half Shade to Full sun
Uses: Specimen, Containers, Fruit
$7.95


Cornelian Cherry Dogwood - A shrub to small tree, the Corn-Dog is popular in the landscape... but can produce semi-sweet edible fruit! Grows up to 20 feet, single to multiple trunks, the best edible Dogwood around!

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Half Shade to Full sun
Uses: Specimen, Containers, Fruit
$5.95

Set of 3 Plants...

$15.95


Fruit Trees... the Cherries, Pears, Peaches, Apples, and Plums are ordered here...



Apple - Red Delicious - An ol'time favorite sweet table-fruit. Standard size, up to 20 feet. Self-pollinating, but best success planting with another variety.

Zones: 5 to 10
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
$9.95


Apple - Granny Smith - An ol'time favorite, tart fruit. Standard size, up to 20 feet. Self-pollinating, but best success planting with another variety. Good for pies and baking.

Zones: 5 to 10
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
$9.95


Plum - Santa Rosa - An ol'time favorite, sweet fruit. Standard size, up to 20 feet. Self-pollinating, but best success planting with another variety.

Zones: 5 to 10
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
$9.95


Pear - Bartlett - An ol'time favorite, sweet fruit. Standard size, up to 20 feet. Self-pollinating, but best success planting with another variety.

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
$9.95


Pear - Keiffer - An ol'time favorite, sweet fruit. Standard size, up to 20 feet. Self-pollinating, but best success planting with another variety.

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Half Shade to Full sun
Uses: Specimen, Containers, Fruit
$9.95


Peach - Belle of Georgia - Free-stone type (seed releases easily), sweet fruit. Standard size, up to 20 feet. Self-pollinating, but best success planting with another variety.

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
$9.95


Cherry - Tart Pie Cherry - Tart fruit, good for pies and cooking. Standard size, up to 20 feet. Self-pollinating, but best success planting with another variety.

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
$7.95


Note:

Not included in this Section includes: the Oaks, Hickories, Buckeyes, Dogwoods, and other trees and shrubs that also can make semi-edible or wildlife-suitable food. Learn about those in the Hardwoods and Shrubs sections.


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