Our Aronia variety is easily grown in well-drained soils exposed to full sun to part shade. Aronia have a wide range of soil tolerances, and even can do well in boggy soils. Best fruit production usually occurs in full sun.
Aspharagus thrive in most soil types and moisture levels. They generate thick purple tinged stalks in spring that make fine table fare. Plantings can be harvested for several consecutive years.
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Both varieties bear large purple berries in early June, through mid July. Excellent flavor, and canes are thornless, making these great choices for kids. They flourish in full sun conditions and tolerate most soil types.
Currants bear large berries that are harvested in mid July. They tolerate most soil types and are commonly planted for hedges and landscaping borders.
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All grape varieties produce large fruit that are harvested in early September. Vigorously growing, and highly productive, they flourish in full sun growing conditions.
Varieties produce large fruit throughout the summer on thorny canes. They tolerate most soil conditions and flourish in full sun growing environments.
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