Middlesex Conservation District

Middlesex Conservation District

Fruits and Edibles

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Spring 2021 Order Form

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

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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.  

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Blackberry ‘Triple Crown’
Thornless summer bearing variety with large sized berries. Recommended for home gardeners. Space 3’-4’ apart

 

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Blueberry ‘Bluecrop/Northland’
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. 


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Raspberry ‘Caroline’
Fall bearing variety, consistently dependable. Excellent winter hardiness, suitable for fresh eating, jams, freezing.  Space 18”-24” apart
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rhubarb


Rhubarb ‘Macdonald’

Vigorous strain with large tender stalks, selected for home gardeners.  

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Strawberry ‘Earliglow’
Early season June bearing variety great for beginners and home gardeners; hardy and productive
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