Fruits are best grown in a well drained sunny location. For more information on specifics of growing fruits, please click here for instructions: Planting Guide
Asparagus ‘Mary Washington’
Heirloom variety, early production, excellent flavor. Space 12” apart in 6” deep furrows in a sunny location. Fill in as spears grow until furrows are filled. Water well first year.
Blackberry ‘Triple Crown’
Thornless summer bearing variety with large sized berries. Recommended for home gardeners. Space 3’-4’ apart.
One of each for best cross-pollination and fruit production; midseason varieties adapted for winter hardiness, 4-5’ in height. Soil pH must be 4.5-4.8. Space 4’-5’ apart.
Vigorous strain with large tender stalks, selected for home gardeners.
Early season June bearing variety great for beginners and home gardeners; hardy and productive.