Berry Plants Grab Bag - Assortment Of 5 Berry Plants Perfect For Your Zone

Berry Plants Grab Bag - Assortment Of 5 Berry Plants Perfect For Your Zone

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Hardy Planting Zone 3-9, Light Requirement - Sun/ Shade, Mature Height 48"

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Berry Plant Advantages In Landscaping

Berry Plants– Botanically defined as fleshy fruit without a stone produced from a single flower


Berry plants are part of the famous, growing trend toward edible landscaping. Traditional fences are not the only option available to create barriers and maintain boundaries. Casual and avid gardeners alike can choose from multiple berry plants to produce the same effects as traditional trees and shrubs.


Numerous species of berry plants, shrubs and trees are ideal landscaping tools. Berry trees can reach heights of 13 feet or more, providing shade cover while naturally allowing for privacy. Winter often brings dull, dried, brown plants to a garden or yard. Berry trees offer a refreshing change when their branches usually change to a bright color and berries peek out from snow-covered leaves.


Gardeners find using berry plants as part of a garden is a lovely way to provide ground cover. Traditional fruits such as strawberries send out rapid growing runners and quickly fill in bare areas for a more attractive appearance. Unusual berry plants growing in pots offer stunning ornamental effects. Placing berry plants strategically throughout a garden or yard brings a touch of exotic elegance that is highly attractive.


Berry plant shrubs offer landscaping that is easy to maintain while providing a variety of benefits. Designing a hedge using berry plant shrubs is useful in creating natural paths to guide and direct foot traffic in the direction desired. A physical fence of berry shrubs provides beauty along with fruit containing beneficial nutrients for good health.


Berry plants easily integrate with existing shrubs and trees to allow for a display of colorful foliage throughout the year. Birds, butterflies, and hummingbirds fluttering over berry plants provide a delightful array of wildlife for enjoyment in all seasons.


Landscaping with berry plants is a way to incorporate sustainable resources using native species. Less maintenance and decreased need for water are some of the benefits enjoyed by utilizing native berry plants to create an enchanting garden and yard.