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  1. DOMESTIC SOFT NECK GARLIC

    DOMESTIC SOFT NECK GARLIC

    Garlic can be planted in early spring as soon as the ground can be worked (6-8 weeks before last frost). 4 bulbs will plant approximately a 20’ row. Harvest when the tops dry up and store like onions. 6 BULBS PER PACKAGE SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $7.50

  2. FRIENDSHIP BLUEBERRY

    FRIENDSHIP BLUEBERRY

    Mature bush grows to 48” in height, producing small-medium sized fruit bursting with a wonderful sweet flavor similar to the Maine wild blueberry. Matures early. Zone 4-7 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $14.95

  3. BLUE GOLD BLUEBERRY

    BLUE GOLD BLUEBERRY

    A mid-season blueberry offering, easy harvesting because an abundance of medium-large, sky blueberries ripen approximately all at the same time. Bush height matures to 5’. Zone 4-7 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $14.95

  4. BONUS BLUEBERRY

    BONUS BLUEBERRY

    Extra Large bright blueberries mature for a late season crop in August. Plump, delicious fruit ripens over an extended period so you’ll have plenty to eat fresh or preserve for later. 5’-6’ tall. Zone 4-7 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $14.95

  5. BRISTOL BLACK RASPBERRY

    BRISTOL BLACK RASPBERRY

    (LIVE PLANT) A sweet, non-seedy fruit ripening in early summer. The self pollinating plant bears fruit on 2nd year wood,(canes which have over wintered). Upright canes require no staking. Zone 4-8 SHIPS MID- MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $21.95

  6. PRIME JIM BLACKBERRY

    PRIME JIM BLACKBERRY

    This primo-cane fruiting blackberry should be cut to the ground each winter. Fruit is produced on first year growth which ripens late summer to early fall. Upright growth with very large berries. Can be managed as a floricane, producing fruit on both old wood and new in both spring and fall respectively. Zone 5-8 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $24.95

  7. CHICAGO HARDY FIG

    CHICAGO HARDY FIG

    This special fig cultivar can withstand the colder temperatures of the north unlike other fig varieties. The plant dies back in the winter and has the ability to resprout every year producing crops of medium sized fruit, ripening late summer into fall. Big, curvy & grass green, tropical looking leaves provide a visually stunning and unique landscape plant. It is best to give the fig the warmest and most protective place in the landscape; this, along with mulching over the cold season, will bring great success in a northern garden. Can grow to 12’ when provided with the right condi- tions. Zone 5-10 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $15.95

  8. WYLDEWOOD ELDERBERRY

    WYLDEWOOD ELDERBERRY

    A very hardy North American native, the elderberry grows well in full sun to part shade. Does best in wet, well-drained areas but will tolerate most soil conditions. Large umbrellas of tiny white flowers appear in late June to early July. Although self-pollinating, Wyldewood will be more productive when cross pollinated with another variety. Zone 4-8 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $14.49

  9. ESPRIT GRAPE

    ESPRIT GRAPE

    Extremely productive, vigorous vines bearing large, white loose clusters of fruit weighing up to one pound. Very nice table grape but primarily used to produce dry white wine. Zone 4 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $10.95

  10. BLUEBELL GRAPE

    BLUEBELL GRAPE

    Large blue/black grape with a mild fruity flavor for fresh eating or can be used to produce a light red juice or jelly. Relatively early harvest. Zone 3, SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $10.95

  11. CASCADE HOPS

    CASCADE HOPS

    High yield, matures midseason, elongated cone, noted for its aroma, alpha 4-6%. Lends an American flavor to beer. Learn More

    Starting at: $5.75

  12. NUGGET HOPS

    NUGGET HOPS

    High yield, matures midseason, long tight cone, noted for its alpha acids, alpha 11-16%. Used to make a Bitter beer. Learn More

    Starting at: $5.75

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