Selected and developed for the South due to their lower chill requirements & higher heat tolerance, yet they are able to fruit well in mild winter zones such as Western Washington. They look different than Northern Highbush, being very ornamental and often evergreen. They offer more landscape possibilities than highbush cultivars.They can be grown as a container plant or as a semi-everbearing greenhouse plant. They have a higher pH tolerance and everbearing fruit qualities.
Medium size: 2-3 years old, typically 15-30 inches, branched, multistemmed plants with dense fibrous root systems.
Gallon Size: large, 2-4 years old, 2-4 feet tall.
XLarge2 Size: 4-5 year old plants, 3-5 ft. with multiple stems, big roots.
Ball and Burlap: (4-6 ft.) Available on selected varieties only, please check listings. Pick up only.
WITHIN EACH CATEGORY THEY ARE LISTED IN ORDER OF RIPENING.