Purple Possum Passion fruit is a Delicious Edible Fruit with beautiful flowers, attracts Butterflies and is Cold hardy subtropical and easily withstands frosts and the occasional freeze. A great vine to grow with delicious fruit to eat. They produce the large edible passion fruit that is purple, best to let it fall to the ground rather than pick it. This vine will do extremely well in California and Florida, and will produce fruit in colder states as well as it can be grown in a pot and brought in for the winter. The fruit is very delicious and considered one of the best tastings of the Passion Fruits. Grows 30 feet in a season. Medium to full sun. Two free fertilizer spikes with each vine. Beautiful 12"+ vine plant ships now growing fast.
Elite Gold is the Easiest and Best Pineapple for the Home Grower
Elite has a perfect sugar to acid ratio. It tastes better than any pineapple you've had from the Supermarket. You will likely find that it's one of the sweetest, most delicious pineapples you have ever eaten. While some decorative pineapples make a tiny fruit, Elite's are large enough for your whole family to enjoy. Plus you can grow big fruit out of a compact container. Elite Gold is easy to grow. It's drought-tolerant... not picky about soil... and it likes sun or shade. They love containers. Just bring indoors when the temperatures get down to freezing. They add a refreshing tropical feel and will liven up your home during the winter months. Plus, it's self-fertile, though adding another Elite Gold means bigger harvests. The Elite Gold pineapple is golden inside and out. This commercial variety is highly sweet and doesn't have a bitter, acidic taste. It doesn't grow too large (only 2-3 feet), so it makes an ideal house plant. Don't let the cold stop you from growing this tropical delight. Stay gold all year long with the Elite Gold. Mature height: 24-36 inches, Light: Full to partial sun, Soil: Well-drained. The Elite Gold needs minimal watering but can also tolerate higher amounts. Zones: 9-11, Very healthy 6" plant ships.
Fig ‘Ischia’ (Ficus carica) flavorful red flesh that tastes like strawberries & bananas.
Figs are well-loved as container plants because they bear fruit at a young age and are self-fruitful without the need of a cross-pollinator. ‘Ischia’ is a productive yellow-skinned fig. The sweet, succulent fruit is large and can measure up to 2” in diameter with a reddish interior. They can be eaten fresh or dried to enjoy later. This fig tree can produce two crops a year, especially if it’s grown in a warm location during the fall months to give the second crop time to ripen. Give ‘Ischia’ plenty of sun and warmth and it will create figs of the finest quality. The main reason people grow yellow figs is that in the rare event you have bird problems with figs, birds don't tend to bother the yellow-colored ones. We have never had problems with insects, birds, or other animals eating figs at our nursery, Will also grow inside with lots of light. Self-pollinating. Gorgeous fruiting and ornamental tree too. The fruits are very sweet and fantastic for drying or eating fresh. Zone 6 - 10 Full sun. Healthy 7" plant shipped now Growing instructions and 2 free fertilizer spikes with each plant.
'Southern Home' is a bunch and muscadine cross form the University of Florida. 'Southern Home' is considered the best muscadine for the home garden due to its ornate foliage and pleasant flavored fruit. The unique oak-shaped leaves are highly ornamental. Southern Home Grape, Vitis rotundifolia, is such a beautiful plant that you'll want it just for how it looks growing on your trellis or fence! The finely cut green, Grape leaves make this an airy and romantic vine. You will get cluster after cluster of deep purple-black perfectly round Grapes. The Grapes are firm, not mushy, and they have a nice balance between tart and sweet. They are perfect for eating fresh-out-of-hand or for juice. These are a Muscadine hybrid, having been crossed between several types of grapes. They are very hardy and are great Grapes for the Deep South and coastal areas because they don't require a high amount of chill time to set their fruit or achieve their sweet/sour balance. (They were bred out of the University of Florida so you know they'll handle hot, sultry summers!) Southern Home Grape is self-pollinating, too, so you don't have to plant other types of Grapes with it to get a good crop every year. If you've never tried growing Grapes before, here is a good place to start. Grown from Diseased free Tisue cultures of a superior mother plant. Zone 7- 11, Height 8 - 10 feet, Full sun. Healthy over 10" vine plant shipped
'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. delicious species and are mainly grown in colder areas where the cold temperatures can range from 10ºF to -18ºF. Fruit flavors are of course different from every cultivar, similar to all fruits.,Planting Instructions: May be planted in any well-drained soil. Dig a hole large enough to encompass the roots without bending or circling. Set the plant in place so the crown (part of the plant where the roots meet the stem) is about 1-2" below the soil surface. Cover with soil to the original soil surface and water thoroughly. Fertilize when planting. Tolerates any soil type. Very vigorous. Relatively disease-free. Mulch to retain moisture and keep the soil cool. Needs a trellis system. Flowers on one-year-old wood.
Relatively disease-free Self-pollinating. 6" plant - Ships now.
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 makes 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 over 10" tall.