Berry Bushes – Fresh and Healthy, and Just Outside Your Door!
Berry bushes are a heavy favorite with Wholesale Nursery Company customers. Our berry plants are never sprayed with herbicides, pesticides, or insecticides. We have all native varieties also, and that is a rarity these days. You’ll get the fashioned wild taste that’s much sweeter than all these human-made hybrid varieties. Blueberries have delicate white or pink flowers in the spring. The summer fruit is both attractive and delicious, and the red and yellow fall foliage add great color to your landscape. We have the Blue Ridge Blueberry, the Heritage Blueberry. And the Hi Bush Blueberry.
Berry Bushes For Everyone's Pallet
Blackberries are another fruit that many people are enjoying eating. Planting a bush in your yard or garden is a great way to add some beauty as well as have a tremendous home-grown treat for your family. Blackberries, like other fruiting bushes, need to have plenty of sunlight throughout the day to ensure that you will produce as many berries as possible. If you trim this hedge yearly will help ensure that it provides many of the Berry Bushes that you enjoy.
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There's something so special, and sweet, about going into the backyard and picking some fresh berries right from your garden! There is no comparison between those fresh-picked, home-grown fruits and the ones from the store.
Berry Bushes: so many kinds of berries. Where is a right place to start?
Blueberries are a favorite for many people. They are easy to grow and produce lots of delicious and healthy fruits every year. Many people don't realize that blueberry shrubs have a lot of ornamental appeals, too. Most grow between four and six feet tall; They have pretty flowers and pretty fruits; The fall color is particularly enjoyable, with amazing displays of reds, oranges, yellows, purples, and more.
There are many varieties of blueberries. Although they are self-fertile plants, you will get better results with more than one variety. The fruit and flower at different times, so a mixture of different kinds will give you an excellent, long season of production. Each type will have a slightly different taste, too! By using the right combination of varieties, it is possible to have blueberries from June into September.
Raspberries, blackberries, boysenberries, and marionberries are also very popular bushes. Some bushes grow in a bush-like habit. Others grow long canes that need staking. There is a surprising variety with these, too. There are red raspberries, pink raspberries, and black
raspberries. There are even some gold-colored varieties. Most of these have thorns, but there are some child-friendly thornless ones, too!
If you are looking for something more unusual, gooseberries have increased in popularity recently, as have goji berries, salmonberries, and serviceberries. You can add some adventure to your palate with these. They are mostly used for desserts or jams, rather than as fresh fruit, but you can eat them fresh, too. Hey, they’re your berries. You can eat them however you like!