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aka Haskap, Honey Berry.  One of the best fruits for flavor and aroma. Medium size fruit and firm. Upright growth and slightly spreading with vigorous growth. A good pollinator for...
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Mespilus germanica Breda Giant's fruits resemble very, very large bronze rose hips. A relative of the pear, medlars are sometimes referred to as northern loquat because of their long green...
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Prunus angustifolia aka Cherokee plum, Florida Sand plum, Sandhill plum. A native plum originally cultivated by Native Americans before the arrival of Europeans.  Average growth rate 12 to 18" per...
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Prunus avium Early Star is a very early ripening sweet cherry of the "Star" series from Italy. Self fertile, a cross of Bigarreau Burlat and Stella.  Zones 5-7 Plant Characteristics...
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Actinidia arguta From the Dr. Slate collection found growing near Hedrick Hall at the Cornell Experiment Station in Geneva, New York. Number 3 in the Geneva series. Has regularly produced...
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Apios Americana A graceful native tuber producing perennial vine of twining habit, blooming fragrant maroon chocolate flowers. Usually dug up in the winter months, the sweet, starchy tubers are eaten...
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Symphytum grandiflorum 'Hidcote Blue' Hidcote Blue Comfrey is a perennial herb used primarily as a poultice for bruises or as a salve for cuts, burns, or rashes. Once planted it...
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Carya illinoisenses An early maturing large nut averaging 69lbs of nuts per tree. Introduced from Texas. Space 25' circle. We have Kanza grafted on a hardy 160 day nut maturing...
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Vitus aestivalis hybd Lenoir grape is a highly disease resistant heirloom black grape popularized in the 1830's by Nicholas Herbemont of Columbia, SC and Mr Lenoir from Statesburg, SC. Mr....
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Very sweet European orange. Burgundy flesh and pigmented rind. A cool dry fall will cause the rind to turn brilliant red. Fruit stores well on the tree. The oval fruits...
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Tropaelolum minus. Full or partial sun. Annual, non climbing. All summer flowering. Peppery leaves and fragrant flowers are delightful in fresh salads or on a sandwich! Height 12"
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