Berries & Asparagus
The Caddo thornless blackberry is a new release from the University of Arkansas. A thornless, high-flavor, blackberry with high fruit quality, excellent post-harvest fruit-handling potential, consistently high yields, and excellent plant health. Caddo can be a commercial cultivar with good potential for shipping, or an option for local-market production and home gardens.
Zones 5-9, Self-pollinating shipped bare root.
Anne is a large-fruited fall bearer that ripens at the same time as Heritage. The Fruit holds a pale yellow color and is highly productive. Anne's ideal size, appearance, and delightful flavor make it an excellent choice for a yellow fall bearer. We recommend a soil pH level of 6.5 - 6.8 for raspberry plants.
Zones 4-7. Shipped bare root.
Start the strawberry season off right with beautiful, dark red, flavorful fruits that'll have you reaching for more. This early to midseason plant exhibits good vigor and disease resistance, including some resistance to red stele. We recommend a soil pH level of 6.5 - 6.8 for strawberry plants. The flavor was rated excellent with good berry size and appearance. Brunswick is best adapted for home gardeners, pick-your-own, and farm stand sales.
Zones 4-8. Shipped bare root.
Purple Passion Asparagus
Purple Passion is a unique asparagus variety especially suited to the asparagus enthusiast, whether home gardener or commercial grower. Its special, attractive purple color, flavor, and tenderness distinguish this variety from others. When cooked, the bright purple color is reduced, but when served fresh in salads it provides a colorful and flavorful accent. Purple Passion is an excellent addition to any asparagus planting.
Zones 3-8. Shipped bare root.