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Perennial Fruits
Perennial Fruits
Harvesting your own fresh fruit year after year is one of the many sweet rewards of perennial fruit plantings. Often producing earlier than annuals, they also require less labor over time, as the planting work is accomplished during one season. Choose from strawberries, raspberries, rhubarb, blueberries, and blackberries, offered as seeds, bare-root plants, crowns, or ready-to-plant seedlings.
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The early-season standard.
The early-season standard.
Begins fruiting second year after planting
Early-season variety yields large berries.
Early-season variety with large berries.
Begins fruiting second year after planting
Midseason everbearing variety with fantastic flavor.
Midseason everbearing variety with fantastic flavor.
Begins fruiting second year after planting
Early everbearing, the best variety for areas with early fall frosts.
Early everbearing variety. The best bet for areas where early fall frost is a concern.
Begins fruiting second year after planting
Very early summer-bearing, for starting the harvest season sooner.
Very early, summer-bearing. Start the harvest season sooner.
Begins fruiting second year after planting
Mid/late-season variety with very large berries.
Mid/late-season variety with very large berries.
Begins fruiting second year after planting
Mid/late summer-bearing, fills harvest gap between standard varieties.
Mid/late summer-bearing.
Begins fruiting second year after planting
Early/midseason, summer-bearing.
Early/midseason summer-bearing.
Begins fruiting second year after planting
Late-season variety for extended harvest and fresh market sales.
Late-season variety for extended harvest.
Begins fruiting second year after planting
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