Blackberry and other berry varieties
We carry a large selection of berries. Availability and sizes change. We can not list
every size and price here.
Please call or e-mail for specifics on berry varieties, pricing, and sizes available.
Prices depend on variety.
In general, berry bushes are in 2, 3, and 5 gallon pots and are $10 to $25
depending on type.
Strawberries are in 4 inch pots and are around $4.
|Blackberry||Apache||A thornless variety, very disease resistant, productive sweet, large berry, bush type adapts to all areas.|
|Blackberry||Arapahoe||Thornless, vigorous early sweet, very productive, bush type vines, very popular here.|
|Blackberry||Black Satin thornless|
|Blackberry||Brazos||Very heavy production, produces loads of fruit used in pies and jelly, tart thorny canes, berries are large, leading variety in commercial plantings, attractive bush.|
|Blackberry||Chickasaw||Very large berry, sweet, very erect growing.|
|Blackberry||Kiowa||Ripens early, very large sweet berry.|
|Blackberry||Ouachita Thornless||Thornless. Ripens early June.|
|Blackberry||Prime Ark Freedom|
|Blackberry||Roseborough||Erect growing with semi-lateral runners, very hardy sweet fruit with little acid taste, withstands moderately dry weather, late May to early June ripening date, 25 day picking season.|
|Blueberry||Climax||Good quality with heavy yields, vigorous with heavy yields, long ripening season.|
|Blueberry||Delite||Upright growing habit, heavy producer of dark sweet berries, crosses well with other varieties.|
|Blueberry||Gulf Coast||Low Chill|
|Blueberry||Jewel||Southern high bush with very low chill requirements. 100 to 150 chill hours. Medium to large fruit, very early bloomer with high production. Best for our Gulf Coast area, Florida, Louisiana and Texas Gulf Coast. Grows 6 to 8 feet tall and needs a pollinator. Released by the University of Florida in 1998.|
|Blueberry||Misty||hot pink flowers, blue-green leaves, sky blue medium to large berries, ripens in June. Self-pollinating|
|Blueberry||Pink Lemonade||pink-white flowers in spring, hot pink fruit in late summer; Self-pollinating|
|Blueberry||Southern Bell||Low Chill|
|Blueberry||Sunshine Blue||semi-dwarf, hot pink flowers, medium, rich, sweet flavored berries, 150 chill hours|
|Blueberry||Tifblue||Prolific 30 day ripening season, large berries, good dark color, good keeping quality.|
|Raspberry||Baba Red||Large, red berries|
|Strawberry||Berries Galore||everbearing big full flavored berries|
|Strawberry||Chandler||large and firm with good flavor|
|Strawberry||Eversweet||spring, summer and fall, medium size sweet berries, tolerates heat and humidity|
|Strawberry||Festival||Medium-sized, deep red, moderately acidic, firm fruit|
|Strawberry||Florida 90||June bearing, prolific large sweet fruit adapts to all areas|
|Strawberry||Fragoo Pink||deep pink blooms with large sweet berries, decorative and delicious|
|Strawberry||Quinault||hardy, everbearing, large berries|
|Strawberry||Radiance||Large, firm, deep red, moderately acidic|
|Strawberry||Seascape||Very large, firm fruit which have good color and flavor when picked ripe|
|Strawberry||Sequoia||Good choice for home plantings, very large medium red color, sweet popular best tasting, blooms within 10 weeks after planting.|
|Strawberry||Sweet Ann||Very sweet excellent flavored large conical shaped fruits, heavy bearing|
|Strawberry||Sweet Charlie||Soft fruit, low acid, high early yield|