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Small Fruits

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  • Beta Grape

    Developed by the University of MN. (‘Concord’ x Vitis riparia) Blue-black, excellent for juice or jelly. Vigorous. (Zone 3-8)

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  • Borealis Honeyberry

    Honeyberry’s taste has been compared to blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and black currants. You can eat them fresh, bake into pies or make into jams or jellies. Needs Tundra for fruit set.

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  • Boyne Raspberry

    Red, medium acid with aromatic flavor. Vigorous, erect and sturdy. Excellent for canning, freezing, and dessert. Very productive and extremely hardy.

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  • Caroline Raspberry

    This is a University of Maryland variety that has proven to be one of the most productive varieties for the East and Midwest. It is considered to be the new standard for fall bearing varieties.

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  • Cinderella Honeyberry

    Perfect for any backyard or for full orchard, honeyberries are tasty fresh, on ice cream, baked into pies or made into jams or jellies. The flavor is reminicent of blueberries, blackberries, raspberries or black currents. Excellent source of antioxidants

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  • FallGold Raspberry

    Fall Gold raspberry bushes have a yellow-gold berry that is extremely sweet and excellent for fresh eating, canning and preserves. It is similar to red raspberries in all respects

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  • Latham Raspberry

    Introduced by the University of Minnesota in 1920. Red, ripening over a long period. Sure cropper for home and commercial use.

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  • Pixwell Gooseberry

    1932. NDSU. Very productive. Pale green fruit becoming pink when ripe. Few thorns. Produces fruit on 2-3 year old wood.

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  • Red Lake Currant

    Clusters of large bright red berries borne on 2-3 year old wood. Semi- erect and vigorous. Very productive. Fruits are good for jams and jellies. Introduced by the University of Minnesota in 1933.

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  • Riverbank Grape

    A tough yet attractive vine, hardy and vigorous to a fault; produces small fruit which though edible are less than palatable; excellent for covering arbors or trellises, trailing walls or fences; needs regular pruning to keep in bounds, full sun.

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  • Tundra Honeyberry

    Tundra bushes are smaller, but the fruit is larger. Berries taste like wild blueberries with a hint of black currant. Great for fresh eating or making jams and jellies. Perfect for a backyard or full orchard. Use Berry Blue or Cinderella for fruit set.

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  • Valiant Grape

    Matures earlier and has an improved quality over ‘Beta’. A blue grape, attractive, well filled clusters average 4” in length. Very productive, annual bearer. Berries are round, up to 1/2” in diameter.

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