Super Sweet Natchez blackberry produces large super sweet like sugar clusters of fruit on upright 4-5 ft. thornless canes. The fruit is large, sweet, firm and glossy black thorn less berries. Berries ripen in June and keep well. They are great to eat fresh and to use for jams, jellies and fruit mixes. Grow in full sun in moist, well-drained soil. A blackberry for hardiness zones 6-10, Full sun. Beautiful 20" plants shipped. Growing instructions and 2 free fertilizer spikes with each plant.
Goji Berries prefer full sun but will tolerate some shade. They grow well in average, well-drained soil. They like to sprawl and creep along the ground so it is best to tie the 3-5 strongest central canes to a tall, sturdy stake. This make harvesting the berries easier too.
Watering and feeding: Plants should be watered thoroughly at planting time and then several times a week for the first month or so until they're established. Thereafter, they should be provided the equivalent of at least 1” of rain per week if nature doesn't take care of it for you.
Harvesting: Berries begin to ripen in early summer and grow sweeter the longer they are allowed to mature on the plant. Pick the ripened berries when they are bright red and taste sweet. Growing instructions included. Tissue Cultured disease free guaranteed. Plants shipped are 8" tall. Ships Dec. 19th.
Super Sweet Kiwi 'Prolific' Kiwi, is a self-pollinating variety that is early ripening and produces abundant crops of medium to large, sweet and tasty fruit. The cultivar is sometimes used as a pollinator for other female cultivars. Fruits are flavorful with reddish/violet on the skin and flesh when ripe. Minimum chilling requirements; 300 hours. These Kiwi have smooth-skinned fruits so there is no need to peel the skin of the fruits unlike the fuzzy fruit species Actinidia deliciosa. Fruits vary in size and are similar to several varieties of grapes. Plant stems and fruit buds are more cold tolerant than the A. deliciosa species and are mainly grown in colder areas where the cold temperatures can range from 10ºF to -18ºF. Fruit flavors are of course different with every cultivar, similar to all fruits. .Zone 4 - 8, Self-pollinating. 8" plant.
Solo is a very desirable sweet strain of papaya that has a firm pink/orange pulp. An average fruit will weigh up to 1 1/2 lbs. Best grown outside in warm climates, but can be raised inside.This dwarf tree starts to flower and set fruit when the plant reaches 4’ tall. Rich in vitamins A, C and other nutrients, it also contains papain, an enzyme that aids in the digestion of protein. Harvest the fruit when the skin yields slightly to the touch and changes from green to yellow. You’ll notice a sweet, delicious aroma when it’s fully ripe. Green papayas are sometimes shredded and used in salads or stews. You can grow this Papaya tree anywhere in the country. If you're in zone 9-11 you can plant it in the ground, but will need to protect your tree from freezing. In colder areas... just plant it in a container and bring inside for the winter. This variety is noted for its flavor, aroma, and texture. Even the peppery-flavored seeds are edible. Papaya is delicious straight from the tree and can also be made into drinks, jellies, pastes, and desserts dried or candied.Grow in full sun and well-drained soil. Our varieties are all hermaphroditic and therefore do not need a separate plant to pollinate and produce fruit. Most are dwarf or semi-dwarf plants to a height of 8′. Growing instructions and two free fertilizer spikes with each 10" plant shipped on Nov. 29th.