Blueberries have consistently been recognized as the fruit with the highest antioxidant activity. These tasty berries offer twice as many health-giving antioxidants as spinach, more than three times as many as oranges, red grapes and cherries and more than four times as many as grapefruit, white grapes, bananas and apples.
Goji Berries are one of the most nutritionally-rich fruits on the planet, packed with vitamins, minerals, protein & antioxidants. The flavor resembles a combination of cranberries & cherries. Often called a Wolfberry, goji berries are considered a complete source of protein & regarded as a top longevity and strength-building food. A single goji berry can contain up to 21 trace minerals, including zinc, iron, copper, calcium and 18 different amino acids.
Big green berries ripen to pale pink for tempting pies and preserves that have superb flavor. Delicious for fresh eating or for pies and jellies. Vigorous, bushy, almost thornless plants are very hardy and bear abundant fruit that ripen in July.
The flavor of honeyberries is very hard to describe, so it may be best to just say it's a "mystery berry" flavor, reminding some people of blackberry, cherry and even grape or kiwi. With a very thin skin, the zesty berries melt in your mouth!
This black raspberry is extra-hardy and gives you big crops of big, juicy, sweet berries despite a lot of hot, dry weather. Berries from these super-vigorous plants don't crumble.
Raspberry, 'Brandywine' is a true purple raspberry. A hybrid cross between red raspberry and black raspberry, this purple raspberry is unsurpassed for jam, jelly, and pies. The purple of this raspberry fades to a bright red when baked in pies and cakes. The 'Brandywine' raspberry is used extensively in fermentation of wine and other spirits.
Named for it's yellow-gold fruit that is extremely sweet; a Raspberry in all aspects but color. This upright thorny shrub provides an abundance of magnificent gold berries from mid-summer to early fall. Excellent fresh or for making jams, jellies and cooking and baking.
This everbearing variety produces abundant crops of large, sweet, dark red berries that are perfect for eating fresh, canning, freezing, or making jams and jellies. Self-supporting, upright canes are hardy enough to grow in poor soil. Requires a well-drained spot. Cold-hardy. Ripens in July, then repeats in September.
Mammoth Red Raspberry has an eye catching white bloom and provides an abundance of extra large plump, conical shaped, bright red berries, perfect for use in jams and jellies, with a dollop of ice cream or simply eating them fresh off the plant. In addition to being tasty, this raspberry has a considerable amount of health benefits. It is a rich source of vitamin C, full of potent antioxidants and very high in dietary fiber, making the mammoth raspberry a healthy food choice.