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Berry Plants, Cherry Trees & More!

Prepare to embark on a mouthwatering journey through the rainbow of nature's sweetest treasures! Dive into a world of vibrant flavors as you explore our delightful selection of berries, cherries and tropical fruiting plants. From the juicy burst of a sun-ripened blueberry to tasty home-grown cherries, fresh fruits from your garden provide fiber, antioxidants and nutrients to keep you and your family healthy. We offer a variety of both hardy fruits for colder zones and tropical fruits for warmer climates and indoor growers.

Blueberry Plants

Blueberry Plants for Sale

Blueberry Plant 'Razz'

Blueberry bushes, belonging to the Vaccinium genus, are valued for their delicious, antioxidant-rich berries and ornamental appeal. These hardy, deciduous plants thrive in well-drained, acidic soil with a pH of 4.5 to 5.5. Sunlight is crucial for optimal growth, so planting in a location with full sun is recommended. There are multiple varieties to choose from, each with distinct growth habits and fruit sizes. Blueberry plants are low-maintenance and attract pollinators, making them an excellent addition to any home garden or landscape.
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Arctic Raspberry Plants

Arctic Raspberry Plants for Sale

Arctic Raspberry Plant Set 'Beta' & 'Sophia'

Arctic Raspberries are unusual new varieties developed in Sweden at the Balsgard Fruit Breeding Institute. They only grow 3-5” tall and make a dense mat of leaves on the ground. In late spring, lavender flowers appear and turn into sweet, red raspberry fruits by mid-summer. The fruits are about the size of a small ‘Heritage’ raspberry and each plant can produce up to one pound of ripe berries. In fall, the green foliage changes to colorful crimson and burgundy. The plants die-back to the ground in winter and regrow in spring. There is no annual pruning needed so these require less work than standard raspberries. They create a beautiful, edible ground cover. Arctic Raspberries need a cross-pollinator to set fruit. We are selling a Set of 2 plants: ‘Beta’ and ‘Sophia.’ These are the hardiest fruiting plants we sell, able to withstand cold temperatures to zone 2. Set of 2 plants, each in a 2.5” pot.
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Elderberry Plants

Elderberry Plants for Sale

Eurepoean Elderberry Plant 'Marge'

Elderberry, or Sambucus, is a beloved plant for both beginner and seasoned gardeners. In late spring or early summer, elderberries produce aromatic clusters of white or cream-colored flowers followed by delicious, nutritious black or blue-black berries packed with antioxidants. Elderberries are used in various culinary delights like jams, jellies, and syrups and boast medicinal properties as well. These sun-loving plants are easy to care for, preferring well-draining soil and minimal pruning. Some European Elderberry varieties are self-fertile. American Elderberries need two different varieties to cross pollinate and produce fruit.
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Mulberry Plants

Mulberry Bush 'Trader' for Sale

Mulberry Bush 'Trader'

Mulberry ‘Trader’ has a unique history. The original tree was brought to the U.S. from Germany in 1892 by the Trader family and planted on their farm in North Dakota. The original mulberry tree is still producing fruit more than 100 years later. ‘Trader’ mulberry fruit ripens over an extended period from early July to September and the mulberries are 1-1.5” long, juicy with a sweet mulberry flavor, that’s tart when first ripe and sweet a few days later. Mulberries can be eaten fresh or dried, or made into pies, jellies, juice or wine. The fruit has excellent nutritional value and multiple health benefits. ‘Trader’ Mulberry is one of the hardiest fruiting plants easily surviving in zone 4 and zone 3 with protection.
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Other Berry Plants

Cherry Trees & Bushes

Barbados Cherry Trees for Sale

Barbados Cherry Tree

Known as Acerola, the sweet cherry-like fruit has an extremely high concentration of vitamin C. Clusters of pink flowers and fruit form along the stems intermittently throughout the year. The fruit holds better in the heat of summer. In the north, Barbados Cherry will still flower on and off. Its habit is upright. When grown in pots, it is a fast grower usually beginning to flower at 3-4' tall.
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Miracle Berry Plants

Miracle Berry Plants for Sale

Miracle Berries

We've been experimenting with Miracle Fruit for a number of years and finally we're able to offer it so others may enjoy it too. The miracle is in the berry. Once you've eaten the small red fruit (about the size of a gumdrop), everything sour eaten afterwards tastes incredibly sweet, including sour citrus. From tropical West Africa, it flowers profusely with fruit setting usually during the summer months in northern climates. Slow growth is normal and for successful growth it must be planted in an acidic soil-mixture of half sphagnum peat moss and half perlite. This plant remains modest in size.
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Goldenberry Plants

Goldenberry Plants for Sale


Goldenberry produces yellow berries the size of a penny. The fruit is sweet when fully ripe with a mild tartness. Related to the tomatillo, Goldenberries are enclosed in papery calyxes. Once the fruit has ripened, it has an extraordinary shelf life of 30-45 days. We grow ours in a 45°greenhouse in the winter where it produces fruit year-round but it tolerates 80° temperatures in summer. Although it is a bit of a rambling vine, a little pruning from time to time keeps it a manageable size. Grow in well-drained soil in partial to full sun and watch the velvety heart-shaped leaves fill out with fruit in one season. Goldenberries are considered a superfruit full of vitamins and antioxidants.
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Kiwi Fruit Vines

Kiwi Fruit Vines for Sale

Kiwi 'Jenny'

Finally, a long-awaited, self-pollinating, fuzzy kiwi has arrived! ‘Jenny’ blooms in spring with fragrant yellow flowers, and the fuzzy, 2-4” brown fruit mature in late summer or early fall. The sweet, juicy fruit has green flesh with small, edible black seeds. It is a heavy fruit producer so you’ll have a bounty for yourself and friends. This vine is nearly pest and disease resistant but it needs to be grown on a trellis, arbor or fence since it reaches 10-20’ long. We are excited to finally offer a self-pollinating kiwi.
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Dragon Fruit Plants

Dragon Fruit Plants for Sale

Dragon Fruit Plant 'American Beauty'

Closely related to Orchid Cactus (epiphyllum), Dragon Fruit has fragrant flowers that bloom at night and close by morning. ‘American Beauty’s’ huge flowers are impressive in size, up to 10-16” wide. Depending on temperature and light, it can have multiple bloom cycles during the warm months of the year – up to 3 to 4 fruiting cycles once the plant is mature. The round, reddish-orange fruit has green scales and red inner flesh with edible black seeds. The fruits range in size ½ to 1 pound each and they are delicious when eaten fresh or made into juice or smoothies. This exotic fruit is commonly grown in southern zones but it can be fruited in a 7-10 gallon pot in the north. Grow on a strong support to develop a central trunk or simply elevate the pot and let it branch over the container.
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Guava Trees & Plants

Guava Trees for Sale

Grava Tree 'Ruby Supreme'

One of the easiest tropical fruiting plants to grow for the beginning fruit gardener, ‘Ruby Supreme’ has baseball-sized fruits that turn yellow when ripe. The inner flesh is highly aromatic, sweet and pink. It can be eaten fresh or made into jelly or juice. For optimum sweetness, let the fruit fully ripen on the tree when the skin yields slightly to the touch. ‘Ruby Supreme’ flowers and fruits year-round in cycles that last 60-90 days between flowering and ripe fruit. For container grown guavas, we recommend pruning the shrub to create a bushy plant that’s as wide as it is tall. Our plants are cutting grown so they begin fruiting at a young age often by the time the plants are 2’ tall. The more sun and warmth they receive, the more fruit they produce.
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Other Exotic Fruit Plants

Rainforest Plum Trees for Sale

Rainforest Plum Tree

Rainforest Plum has small, shiny, dark black fruit that is deliciously sweet and slightly acidic. In our greenhouses, it produces two crops a year, one in mid-summer and then again in the fall. Our Rainforest Plums are grown from seed and are shrubby trees that can be maintained at 4-6’ tall in containers. It is tolerant of dryness and responds well to pruning making it a good candidate to grow in a large pot. It generally begins flowering at 3-4’ tall and benefits from spending the summers outdoors which enhances the pollination. The fruit may be eaten fresh or made into jam.
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