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Fruit Berries

Blue Berries Description Ripen
MISTY Misty is one of the most vigorous and high yielding varieties. The bright blue-green foliage provides a perfect contrast to the pink and white spring flowers and deep blue summer fruit. Chilling needs are very low at 300 hours.4-6 Ft, Spreading, Upright Ealry season Fruit
SUNSHINE BLUE For gardens in Southern California , Sunshine Blue is perfect. This semi-dwarf, versatile evergreen blueberry features showy hot pink flowers, yielding large crops of delicious blue berries. Requires low chilling of 150 hours makes it great for Southern California.  Mid to Late Season
 O'Neal  Oneal has great flavor blueberries. Summer foliage is an attractive gray-green accented with red stems and branches. Oneal has a chilling requirement of 500-600 hours.  Very early
 Black Berries    
Black Marion Sweet-tart berries with complex flavor. Also called “marion blackberry”. Great berries — favored in pies, jams, jellies, and syrups. Plant has a trailing growth habit. Descendent of native blackberries, raspberries, and loganberries. Self-pollinating. July
Brazos Its vigorous canes produce a high yield of large fruit and is typically the first blackberry variety to ripen. The acid-flavored fruit is usually recommended for cooking more than for the fresh market. Plants are drought Abundant fruit set on healthy plants. June-July
Olallie The Olallie Blackberry has been outstanding in productiveness; it has a large berry with high flavor that’s sweeter and less tart. This berry is perfect, fresh and for jams & desserts. They are vigorous growers and are very productive. June-July
Munger Black Munger is a midseason bearer. Large, plump yet firm, shiny black berries that are not seedy. Munger has a delicious, sweet flavor that is excellent for jam, jellies, and preserves. Munger has stout canes that appear to be more resistant to fungal diseases than other raspberry varieties. Very hardy. Midseason
Thornless Deciduous, prolific producer of sweet-tart, large reddish fruit in mid-summer of second year. Fast-growing thornless canes need support. Great used fresh or cooked. Freezes well Mid Summer

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