Super Sweet Dwarf Everbearing Mulberry- Small space requirements, but full-sized berries. Shakespeare showered attention on his mulberry tree, which produced his most favorite fruit. Pick baskets full of large, black mulberries so sweet there’s no need for sugar — mulberry lovers know this fruit is to be prized because its intense flavor is like no other. A lovely specimen tree whose fruit will keep you in jam and wine all winter long. Berries also freeze very well. One of the few trees that actually prefer heavy soil to achieve its lifespan of a hundred years or more. Grow it as a multi-stemmed bush or train it to a tree form. The tree may be kept as small as 2-6' tall by pruning after fruiting. Self-pollinating. 8" plant shipped.
This delicious new arrival from Belize is large like a maradol papaya. Its melon-like flavor, fragrant aroma and beautiful salmon red interior most resemble a strawberry papaya, only much sweeter. The fruit has an extremely high sugar content. Red papaya add color and flavor to any salad or can be served chilled topped with a dollop of vanilla ice cream for a tasty tropical sundae! Fruit ripens green to yellow and is ripe when more than 50% of the papaya has turned a bright yellow. Caribbean Reds have a much longer shelf life than most other papaya varieties. Zone 9 - 11, Height 15', Nice 10" 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. Gets 5' to 8' depending on the sun and fertilizer. Just plant it in a container and bring it 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. Height 6' to 8'. Growing instructions and two free fertilizer spikes with each very strong now only 12" plant.