Berry Blue™ Honeyberry - Productive, elongated dark blue fruit. Best suited to continental climate zones not subject to early springs. Vigorous bush, large, productive and sweet. Berry Blue™ Honeyberry pollinates with Blue Belle, Blue Sky, and Blue Bird. Zone 2-7.
Black Satin Thornless Loganberry - Medium to large, very sweet and flavorful berries that keep well for pies, jams, and fresh eating. High yielding and self-fruitful, but more productive near a second variety. Very disease resistant and widely adapted. Vigorous semi-erect canes. Zone 5-9.
Borealis Honeyberry - Fragrant flowers that bloom late, yet fruit early ripens early with high yields of large, elongated blue fruits. Borealis honeyberry pollinates with Tundra.
Emerald Carpet Raspberry - Fairly fast growing evergreen groundcover raspberry native to the mountains of Taiwan. Yellow/orange berries are ripe in mid summer and taste good. Grows in sun or shade. It's tough and drought tolerant once established. The broad leathery dark green evergreen leaves make a good ground cover for weed suppression and soil stabilization. Zone 6-10.
Koralle Lingonberry - Pink flowers with bright red berries in midsummer, blooms again in summer for a fall crop. The small tart berries are produced in clusters and can be eaten fresh or made into delicious jam. Spreading evergreen groundcover that needs an acidic soil. Grows in sun to part shade.
Marionberry - The standard of excellence in blackberries. Productive, large, delicious fruit on vigorous trailing, thorny canes - up to 20'. Flavor is earthy, rich and complex. Especially well adapted to Western Washington and Oregon. Resistant to a new strain of blackberry rust, spreading in the Northwest. Photo courtesy of Oregon Raspberry & Blackberry Commission.
Pilgrim Cranberry - Low growing, spreading evergreen ground cover with wiry stems and pink flowers. Large fruits with fine flavor. Will grow in peat, sandy, or clay soil if acidic with adequate moisture. If you don't have such a soil, get some peat moss and create a bed for them. Cranberries are second only to blueberries in anti-aging, disease fighting antioxidants. Cranberry consumption also prevents urinary tract infections. Self-fertile.
Red Pearl Lingonberry - This Scandinavian selection has brilliant green foliage, pink flowers and bright red berries in midsummer. Blooms again in summer for a fall crop. Small tart berries are produced in clusters and can be eaten fresh or made into delicious jam. Red Pearl is a more rapid spreader than others and it also gets a bit taller. It likes acid soils, sun to part shade and is root rot resistant. Zone 3-8.
Thornless Boysenberry - Raspberry x Blackberry. Very large, juicy, sweet and flavorful dark berries. Great fresh, for pies, juice, or jams etc. Not quite as large or productive as the original thorny Boysenberry. Trailing canes. Zone 5-9. - SOLD OUT