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Amity Raspberries

Large firm, dark red berries with classic raspberry flavor and superior quality. Excellent for fresh market and the home gardener.. Amity is also aphid resistant. Do not place in heavy, clay soils. Amity is a week or so earlier than Heritage but does not bear quite as heavily. Amity does not pick as well as Heritage because the berry sticks to the plug until quite ripe. We recommend Amity for the home gardener due to its excellent flavor.

Amity Raspberries
Heritage Raspberries

Heritage Raspberries

Large, sweet, dark red berries with a mild flavor. This superior quality berry is good for fresh eating, freezing, canning, and preserves. The canes are tall for an over bearing raspberry, but are very sturdy and seldom require support. Strong, vigorous, very productive, suckers prolifically and spreads rapidly. Fairly tolerant of heavier soils but will develop Root Rot in poorly drained areas. Moderate summer crop with heavier, superior fall crop. An excellent variety for the home gardener and also grown commercially in many areas.

Fall Gold Raspberries

Large, conical, non-crumbling, very sweet, somewhat soft, golden berries. Excellent for processing and fresh eating. Canes are vigorous, productive, and adaptable to a wide variety of soils. Not recommended for extreme northern areas. First crop ripens in July. Second crop from late August until frost.

Fall Gold Raspberries
Royalty Raspberries

Royality Raspberries

‘Royalty’ is very productive. This purple summer bearing variety is one of the heaviest producers. Sweet light flavor producing outstanding jellies and jams. It is late ripening and excellent for table use. Raspberries are a favorite of many home gardeners. The fruit can be eaten fresh or processed into jam, jelly, or juice. Surplus fruit can also be frozen. Plant as soon as soil may be worked in the spring. Your plants require 1″ of water per week during the growing season and regular, shallow cultivation. The bush will bear only on one-year-old stems. As soon as canes have produced fruit, prune them back to the ground to make room for the strong new canes. Additional pruning will be required to eliminate tangling and improve their ability to bear.

Munger Black Raspberries

This Black Raspberry is a mid season bearer. It has large, plump yet firm, shiny black berries that are not seedy. Munger has a delicious, sweet flavor that is excellent for jam, jellies, and preserves. Munger has stout canes that appear to be more resistant to Fungal Diseases than other raspberry varieties. Munger is the leading variety in the Pacific Northwest, commercially and in the home garden.

Munger Black Raspberries
Jewel Black Raspberries

Jewel Black Raspberries

Vigorous, erect, hardy, consistently productive, propagated by tip layers, slightly susceptible to mildew, no infections of anthracnose have been observed to date, winter injury has not limited production since selection. Ripens in mid-season, large, skin black, glossy, slightly woolly, coherent, good quality, and firm. Fruit forms a fairly tight cluster at the tip of laterals, exhibits concentrated ripening, most of the crop can be picked in two to three pickings. The consistent good performance of ‘Jewel’ merits its release for commercial planting or home gardens.

Tayberries

Long, moderately vigorous canes produce berries with a large, long conical shape and a reddish purple color with excellent, slightly aromatic flavor. Excellent quality for freezing, canning, jams, and jellies. Tayberry has shown considerable promise for the fresh fruit and processing markets. Tayberry was bred from a cross between the blackberry Aurora, a high quality variety bred in Oregon, USA and an improved Tetraploid Raspberry from the breeding program at the Scottish Corp. Research Institute. Tayberry is ready for picking from early July through mid-August.

Tayberries
Thornless Boysenberries

Thornless Boysenberries

Very large, sweet, juicy berries with full-bodied flavor. Good for fresh eating, freezing, jams, preserves, pastries, juice, syrup, and wine. Too soft for shipping but they work well in fresh local markets. Ripens during Mid-June and early July. Requires winter protection below 0 degrees F

Triple Crown Thornless

The plant is semi-erect and thornless and bears large, flavorful fruit. Early trials indicate that it may ripen earlier than Chester, and is similar to Chester in winter hardiness. Triple Crown would be a good choice to help extend the blackberry season for home gardeners, U-pick, and farm stands.

Triple Crown Thornless
Oregon Champ Gooseberries

Oregon Champ Gooseberry

Medium to large, yellowish green berries. Flavor will sweeten as it ripens. Oregon Champion is excellent for pies, jams, canning, and wine. Productive, vigorous plant will grow 3 – 5 feet tall. Berries hold well on the bush. Oregon Champion will start bearing fruit in its second year and produce for approximately 20 years. Mildew resistant.

Red Jostaberry

Red Jostaberry, cross between a gooseberry and black currant, high in Vitamin C. The Red Jostaberry is vigorous and hardy, disease resistant shrub, easy to grow. This Red Jostaberry produces large dark colored sweet-tart fruit the first part of July that is very good for fresh eating, jam, jellies, preserves, sauces. The plant can grow up to 3′ to 5′ High and can spread to 4′ Wide. It is resistant to powdery Mildew, white pine blister rust, leaf spot and gall mite. Valuable for home gardens because of disease resistance and suitability for jams, jellies and pies.

Red Jostaberries
Black Jostaberries

Black Jostaberry

Black Jostaberry, a gooseberry and black currant cross. The rich berry taste is reminiscent of gooseberry with a hint of black currant. Fruit is high in vitamin C and forms in large clusters, ideal for fresh-eating or cooking. Cold-hardy plants are long-lived, thornless and productive once established. Disease-resistant to american gooseberry mildew, black currant leaf spot, white pine blister rust and big bud gall mite. Ripens in July and the Black Jostaberry is self – pollinating.

Cherry Red Currant

This is the hardiest and best yielding currant. Large, dark red fruit with acidic flavor. Fruit is high quality and excellent for jams, jelly, and sauces. Plants will grow 4-6 feet tall and 2-5 feet wide. Commonly grown commercially but can also be used as edible ornamentals or hedges. It bears fruit well but attracts aphids. Resistant to powdery mildew. 

Cherry Red Currant
Lakemont Grapes

Lakemont Grapes

American; Seedless. Very large tight cluster of crisp, sweet and juicy yellowish green berries. Excellent flavor and quality. Excellent for table grapes and raisins. Vigorous and productive vines. May tend to over bear. Ripens in late August to early September, about 10 to 20 days before Concord. Hardy to approximately -10 degrees F.

Flame Grapes

European; Seedless. Loose clusters of crisp, sweet red seedless berries. Clusters are loose enough that Bunch Rot is not much of a problem. Very good flavor that is good for eating fresh or raisins. Vigorous and productive. Needs hot summers. Ripens from late July to early August. This is the red seedless grape you will find in most grocery stores.

Flame Grapes
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Remaily Grapes

Introduced from the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in 1980. American; Seedless. Large, oval, white seedless table grape. Good texture, sweet flesh with adherent skin. Moderately hardy vines. Very vigorous, bears large crops. Cluster thinning maybe necessary. Ripens from mid August to early September. Hardy to approximately 0 degrees F.

Concord Seedless Grapes

Same as Concord with slightly smaller, seedless berries, ripening about one week earlier than Concord. Hardy in zones 5-8. Great for pie. Vigor and production increase as the vine become established.

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Glenora Grapes

Glenora Grapes

Vigorous, erect, hardy, consistently productive, propagated by tip layers, slightly susceptible to mildew, no infections of anthracnose have been observed to date, winter injury has not limited production since selection. Ripens in mid-season, large, skin black, glossy, slightly woolly, coherent, good quality, and firm. Fruit forms a fairly tight cluster at the tip of laterals, exhibits concentrated ripening, most of the crop can be picked in two to three pickings. The consistent good performance of ‘Jewel’ merits its release for commercial planting or home gardens.

Hood Strawberries

The large round berry is considered to have the best table quality. Hood is known best as a fine preserve and jam berry, and is good for all other uses. Resistant to Root Rot, Mildew, and Red Stele but is quite susceptible to virus and should not be planted near strawberries known to be virused. Bears entire crop over a short period. Popular home garden variety. Not particularly winter hardy.

Hood Strawberries
Eversweet Strawberries

Eversweet Strawberries

Long, conical berries are very sweet and flavorful. Great for eating fresh, pies, and preserves. Eversweet is a day-neutral everbearer that is heat tolerant with no loss of fruit quality. An ideal selection for the south and all across the nation. Eversweet will bear luscious berries from spring through fall.

Seascape Strawberries

The Seascape originated as a cross between Selva and Douglas and is a day-neutral similar to Selva. Seascape plants have a lower chilling requirement than Selva and are more vigorous. Highly tolerant of the virus diseases common in California, moderately susceptible to Leaf Spot. Fruit is symmetrically medium to long conic, almost as firm as Selva. Color is redder than Selva inside and out, with an attractive glossy finish. Noteworthy for high flavor, high yield, large fruit size, firmness, symmetry, attractive appearance and general flexibility in planting requirement.

Seascape Strawberries
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Albion Strawberries

Strawberry is a new release from UC Davis and is expected to replace Seascape in commercial growing. Fruit is long, conical, symmetrical; firm and crisp with excellent flavor. A great berry for preservation, processing, and storage. The plant grows upright with moderate runners. A great strawberry plant for use in a hanging basket. Resists verticillium wilt, phytophthora crown rot and some resistance to anthracnose crown rot.

Mary Washington Asparagus

The standard commercial strain and the most popular U.S. variety is resistant to some rust and blight, has a 6 week cutting season.  Produces long straight spears with tight tips. Mary Washington asparagus crowns are long lived and well adapted to West Coast conditions. Mary Washington is the hardiest asparagus strain we have tested. Asparagus prefers a sweet soil with a pH of 6.8 to 7.2.

Mary Washington Asparagus
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Jersey Knight Asparagus

This patented male hybrid seed has very few female seed plants. Male plants don’t expend energy producing seed and tend to be more vigorous than female plants. It has excellent fusarium tolerance and high resistance to rust. Excellent green perennial crop.

Sweet Purple Asparagus

This new type of asparagus has many similar characteristics to green asparagus but offers something new for the asparagus connoisseur. The spears produced have several qualities which make it quite different from common green asparagus. The deep-burgundy coloration produced in these spears is the most striking difference between the purple and green varieties. This type has a 20% higher sugar content. Because of this extra sweetness, this vegetable is often eaten raw. Some upscale restaurants garnish salads with purple asparagus. When cooked, the sweetness gives this asparagus a mild, nutty flavor. The spears are generally larger and much more tender than its green counterpart. The vascular bundles have less lignin per spear which make the spears less stringy. This allows the cook to use the entire spear with little waste.

Sweet Purple Asparagus
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