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Edibles

Fruiting Shrubs for the Home Garden – Part 1

Cane Fruits: Blackberries and Raspberries Are you hoping to add a bit more variety into your edible landscape this year? Consider adding some fruiting shrubs into the mix! This week, we’ll look at …

Exciting Stone Fruit Hybrids

Pluerrys, Pluots, and Nectaplums – Oh My! Pluerrys, Pluots, and NectaPlums combine the flavors of your favorite stone fruits in new and exciting ways. These hybrid stone fruits have been growing in…

Blackberry ‘Triple Crown’

‘Triple Crown’ Blackberry ‘Triple Crown’ Thornless Blackberry will surprise you with its vigor, the size of its berries, and the length of its harvest season. Blackberries are one of the easier ber…

Fruiting Shrubs for the Home Garden – Part 2

Currants and Gooseberries Currants and Gooseberries may be less familiar to Rogue Valley gardeners than other kinds of fruiting shrubs, but they’re great additions to your edible landscape – especi…

Dwarf Fruit Trees for Small Spaces

There are few pleasures that compare to picking a sun-warmed homegrown peach, biting into it, and letting the sweet rich juice trickle down your chin. Sadly, that’s an experience that those of us w…

It’s Time for Bareroots!

Fruit Tree and Berry Season Foggy mornings, cold nights, and soggy ground – that means it’s a perfect time for planting bare-root trees and shrubs! Our first shipment of bare-root berries and shru…

Lycium barbarum

Goji Berry Also known as ‘Wolfberry’, the Goji Berry is widely recognized as a superfood – with high nutrient and anti-oxidant properties – makes a great addition to your edible landscape. Both the…

Amelanchier

Serviceberry or Juneberry For those of you who are not already familiar with Amelanchiers – aka: Serviceberry, Juneberry, Saskatoon (they have a LOT of common names), let this serve as an introduc…

Edible Figs

Fig trees Figs are native to the Fertile Crescent region of the Middle East and thrive in our hot, dry summers. These rich, almost decadent-tasting fruits are also surprisingly undemanding, low-mai…