More and more people are looking to decorate their back yards with edibles. The following is our availability as of April 2012.

Blackberry

Ouachita
Pronounced ‘wash-uh-taw’.  A thornless blackberry known for its heavy yields of excellently flavored fruit.

Darrow
Considered on of the best thorny blackberries. This hardy, vigorous plant produces plentiful yields of extremely flavorful and sweet berries over a longer season than most blackberries.

Currant

Red Lake
One of the finest currents producing small, bright red edible berries great for jellies, compotes or fresh eating.

Gooseberry

Pixwell
Self-fruitful. Practically thornfree producing big green berries that ripen to pale pink on slender branches; easy to pick. Carefree plants that can withstand droughts.

Grape

Concord
The skin of a Concord grape is typically dark blue or purple, and often is covered with a lighter colored “bloom” which can be rubbed off. It is a slip-skin variety, meaning that the skin is easily separated from the fruit. Concord grapes have large seeds and are highly aromatic. They are often used to make grape jelly, grape juice, grape-flavored soft drinks, and candy. The grape is sometimes used to make wine, particularly kosher wine, though it is not generally favored for that purpose due to the strong “foxy” (sometimes described as candied-strawberry/musky) flavor.

Himrod
Delicious green/white seedless grapes borne in large, loose clusters are produced in early September.

Reliance
Red, medium-sized, seedless grapes are produced in early September. A great dessert or table variety.

Raspberry

Heritage
An everbearing raspberry that produces heavy yields of medium-sized, red fruits in June and September. Known for its flavor, firmness and freezing quality.

Fall Gold
The Fall Gold Raspberry, Rubus idaeus ‘Fall Gold’, a spring planted herbacious root, is an everbearing raspberry. This cultivar is an upright, thorny shrub which produces crops of gold-colored raspberries. It is called everbearing because it produces two crops on each biennial cane (unless pruned otherwise): a fall crop (August to October) on the top 1/3 of the canes and a second crop the following late spring/early summer (June) on the bottom 2/3 of the canes. Place the Fall Gold Raspberry in full sun and rich, well drained soil. To encourage the best growth, water well during growth.

Latham
The Latham Raspberry, ‘Rubus ‘Latham’, is a popular red raspberry that produces large crops of big juicy berries. It makes a delicious jam or a dessert as well as for fresh eating. A sure cropper for home use, this variety starts ripening in July and continues to ripen over a long period of time. Latham is a hardy, older cultivar bearing somewhat crumbly fruits in fall and is suitable for intermountain regions. This raspberry has become a standard in early-bearing garden and pick-your-own operations.

Boyne
Extremely winter hardy! Heavy crops of tremendously flavorful red berries are produced early, in July on dwarf, strong, sturdy canes that need no trellising and survive winters where others are damaged.

Black Logan
The distinctive, moderately tart fruits produced by this hardy plant are blue-black, round, and small with small seed and a hollow core – like the red raspberries. Stimulate branching by pinching the tip when the canes reach 3′. Fruits are borne exclusively on one-year canes in June. Cut back after harvest.

Purple Brandywine
This purple raspberry was created by crossing red and black raspberries. The large, round, and firm berries, produced in late season, are highly aromatic with a sweet, tangy flavor.

Anne
This raspberry produces golden-yellow fall raspberries in the late season, beginning in August at the end of the canes. Not the heaviest producer but makes up for this with distinctive flavor: almost tropical sweetness.

Caroline
An Colorado-tested update on the popular Heritage variety with better disease resistance (root rot and yellow rust), better flavor and larger harvests.

Rhubarb

Canadian Red
A hardy variety from Canada that produces short, slender stems known for their high quality and good red color.

Victoria
The ‘gold standard’ by which to judge rhubarb: large, fat stems, bright red skin, not tough or stringy with a wonderfully sweet/tart balance.

Early Red
A vigorous, early producing cultivar.

Strawberry

Quinault
A great tasting, heavy bearing, everbearing strawberry that produces large berries – up to 2″ in diameter. It has proven to very disease free.

Fort Laramie
Super hardy, vigorous, everbearing strawberries from Cheyenne, WY. The plants can be trained to climb and produce highly fragrant, bright, scarlet-red strawberries throughout the season.

Tristar
A great container variety that produces heavy yields in June of bright red, attractive fruits.