Muscadine Grape

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Blueberry

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Blueberry

Native North American shrub provides interest all year. Attractive spring flowers mature into sweet, bluish-black berries that birds love! Showy fall foliage. Adaptable to woodland or sunny locations. Use as a ground cover or shrub border. Needs organic, acid (sour) soil.

Blackberry

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Blackberry

This winter-hardy variety bears high-quality fruit. The berries are large and mild. Fruit has good flavor even when still firm. Good hardiness and disease resistance.

Raspberry

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Raspberry

Flavorful berries are produced in summer and again later in fall. Delicious fruit is a treat for eating fresh, or for freezing or making into jams, jellies, preserves or pies. Sturdy canes do not need staking. Cut back old canes to 3" from ground in winter.

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Common name

Muscadine Grape

Botanical name

Vitis rotundifolia

Zone

USDA 6 - 10

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Bloom time

summer

Light

sun

Height

5-20' (1.5-6 m)

Habit

vining

Water

1-2 times per week

Feed

in spring

Maintenance

protect from standing water in winter