Berries

Easy to grow, quick to bear and naturally resistant to disease, supernutritious berries are the best fruits to grow. Plus, they rarely lose their newly fertilized flowers to late spring freezes — a common heartbreak with tree fruits. Whether you want ready-to-pick fruit “candy” or juicy smoothie berries, you can match up multi-talented varieties with the right sites and enjoy a full season of great-tasting berries, from spring strawberries to fall raspberries.

 

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Jersey Blueberries

Vaccinium 'Jersey' Jersey blueberries are among the oldest and most widely grown blueberries in the country. They are easy to grow and produce high yields of sweet fruit. Though mostly grown for fruit, blueberry bushes are also great for hedges or shrub borders.