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Indiana Berry carries a wide variety of novelty plants for you to choose from. View our detailed Novelty Varieties Guide or the Gardener's Guide for Planting Small Fruit Plants

You can also view plant-specific information by clicking any of the following links:  Elderberry, Goji Berry, Horseradish, Kiwi, PawPaw, Cranberry, Seaberry (Buckthorn), Aronia.

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Most shipping dates are from early March to early June based on the proper planting time for your hardiness zone. Payments will be charged to your credit card upon receipt of order unless otherwise arranged ahead of time. To arrange for other payment, please contact us at 1-800-295-2226 BEFORE placing order online.

Aronia

Hardy to minus 40° F Highly valued in Europe for both its ornamental value and useful fruit, Aronia deserves to be much more widely planted in the U.S. Abundant showy white flowers in the spring are followed in the fall by large jet black berries and brilliant, fire-red foliage. A small shrub, seldom growing over 6' in height. Aronia is not bothered by pests or diseases. The large, blueberry size fruit is tasty eaten fresh and is used to make a nutritious juice and as a stable, natural food coloring. Needs sun to part-shade and are adaptable to low, wet or sandy areas as well as dry areas. Very Hardy

 Fruit production benefits from planting 2 different varieties. 
Aronia - Nero

Aronia - Nero

Description:

Hardy to minus 40 degrees. Highly valued in Europe for both its ornamental value and useful fruit, Aronia deserves to be much more widely planted in the U.S. Abundant showy white flowers in the spring are followed in the fall by large jet black berries and brilliant, fire-red foliage. A small shrub, Nero reaches 3-4' in height when maSee More Details

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1 - 9 $12.95 each
10 - 25 $11.50 each
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Aronia - Viking

Aronia - Viking

Description:

Hardy to minus 40 degrees. Highly valued in Europe for both its ornamental value and useful fruit, Aronia deserves to be much more widely planted in the U.S. Abundant showy white flowers in the spring are followed in the fall by large jet black berries and brilliant, fire-red foliage. A small shrub, seldom growing over 6' in height. ASee More Details

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1 - 9 $12.95 each
10 - 25 $11.50 each
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Bush Cherry

2017 Variety Joel; Is self-fertile, vigorous and disease resistant. 
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Bush Cherry - Joel NEW!

Bush Cherry - Joel

Description:

A tart bush cherry, introduced by E.M Meader, typically grows less than 5 feet tall, full sun to partial shade, in moderate to well drained soil. Produces average sized tart cherries, that ripen late August, early September. See More Details

Price: $6.50
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AZ, CA, OR, WA
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Elderberry

Each year the International Herb Association selects a worthy herb and, as they said, "It's time to respect your Elder". These are attractive shrubs, but more than that, they are useful and very versatile. The flowers and berries can be used to make wine, jelly and even medicinal tinctures. Of course, you could grow them just for their ornamental value.

Elderberry - Bob Gordon
Description:

Produces huge clusters of 1/4 inch berries. Pendulous flower heads prevent birds from getting all the fruit. Bob Gordon is unusual as an elderberry, it’s fruit can grow on new canes, so some growers with a long growing season do cut to the ground yearly. This will make a lower 5 - 6 ft tall easier to harvest.See More Details

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1 - 2 $8.00 each
3 - 9 $7.50 each
10 - 25 $7.00 each
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Elderberry - Marge
Description:

Self-pollinating so only one plant is necessary for fruit production.
The berries are larger than the American varieties and is aslo self-pollinating so only one plant is necessary for fruit production. See More Details

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1 - 2 $8.00 each
3 - 9 $7.50 each
10 - 25 $7.00 each
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Elderberry - Nova

Elderberry - Nova

Description:

 2 varieties are required for fruit. 
Large, sweet fruit. Good for jelly, pie and wine. Hardy and productive bush will grow 6 – 8 feet. Pollinate withSee More Details

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1 - 2 $8.00 each
3 - 9 $7.50 each
10 - 25 $7.00 each
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Elderberry - York

Elderberry - York

Description:

2 Different Varieties Needed for Pollination. 
Largest berries of any cultivated elderberry. Juicy, sweet, purplish black berries. Good for jam, jelly, juice, pie and wine. See More Details

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1 - 2 $8.00 each
3 - 9 $7.50 each
10 - 25 $7.00 each
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WYLDEWOOD ELDERBERRY NEW!
Description:

American hybrid with large dark purple berries, tall upright growth up to 6 feet. 
Cross pollinate with Bob Gordon.See More Details

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1 - 2 $8.00 each
3 - 9 $7.50 each
10 - 25 $7.00 each
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Goji Berry

Also known as Wolfberry. This attractive Chinese native features light purple, bell-shaped flowers and bright red berries. Attractive 5’-6’ tall shrub, self-fertile and hardy to -10 F. Fruits in late summer as soon as 2nd year after planting. 

Goji Berry Bareroot Plant NEW!
Description:

**NEW FOR 2017 BAREROOT PLANT -This nutritious, sweet and tasty berries are popular in Chinese dishes and are among the highest in antioxidants.  Zoness 5-9See More Details

Price: $11.95
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Honeyberries

Native to Eastern Siberia and Japan, this attractive small shrub is a highly valued fruiting plant in its native range.  A unique memeber of the Honeysuckly family, it produces very early ripening tasty berries (BEFORE STRAWBERRIES!) about the size, flavor and color of wild blueberries.  Hardy to -40 degrees and is very easy to grow with no pest or disease problems.  Plant 4'-5' apart.  Like blueberries, Honeyberry shrubs have shallow root systems, so benefit from a good layer of mulch.  Honeyberries thrive in and actually prefer partial shade  - particularly in southern regions.  They can tolerate more sun in northern climates.  
TWO VARIETIES OF SIMILAR BLOOM PERIOD ARE NEEDED FOR POLLINATION.  
Honeyberry - Blue Hokkaido™

Honeyberry - Blue Hokkaido™

Description:

EARLY BLOOMING
A popular variety with an upright growth habit, and very large, sweet-tart, crisp and flavorful, dark blue berries size at Maturity 4-5 ft in height. See More Details

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1 - 9 $13.50 each
10 + $13.00 each
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Honeyberry - Blue Mist™

Honeyberry - Blue Mist™

Description:

LATE BLOOMING 
This variety produces an abundant crop of tasty sweet- tart, large berries. An attractive shrub, it features a spreading form and dark green, soft velvety foliage. Size at Maturity: 2-3 ft. in height.
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1 $13.50 each
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Honeyberry - Blue Pagoda™

Honeyberry - Blue Pagoda™

Description:

EARLY BLOOMING: 
This variety is prized for its abundant crops of large, flavorful, sweet, crisp and juicy fruit. An attractive, upright shrub, Size at Maturity: 4-5 ft. in height.See More Details

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1 - 9 $13.50 each
10 + $13.00 each
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Honeyberry - Blue Sea™

Honeyberry - Blue Sea™

Description:

LATE BLOOMING:  
A unique and productive variety is prized for its good crops of crisp, very large, sweet and flavorful fruit. With its spreading form and soft, dark green foliage, it is also a fine ornamental for your yard. Size at Maturity: 2-3 ft. in height.See More Details

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1 - 9 $13.50 each
10 + $13.00 each
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Hops - Rhizomes

Hops are a vigorous, reliable leafy vine.  They profice terrific shade in just one growing season.  They die back to the ground each fall but reliably come back year after year.
There are two types of hops, 
Alpha - Type (used for bittering)
Chinook
Nugget
Aroma -Type (used for flavor and aroma)
Cascade
Centennial
Willamette 
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Hops - Cascade
Description:

Cascade; Easiest variety to grow, 4.5 - 7% bittering, does well in most locations.
Hops put the "Bitter" in beer. 

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1 - 9 $5.95 each
10 - 24 $5.50 each
25 $5.25 each
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ID, OR, WA
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HOPS - CENTENNIAL NEW!
Description:

Centennial is an aroma variety that was released in 1990. It is considered a very balanced hop and sometimes referred to as a super Cascade.

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1 - 9 $5.95 each
10 - 24 $5.50 each
25 $5.25 each
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ID, OR, WA
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HOPS - CHINOOK NEW!
Description:

Chinook Hops will add 12%-14% alpha acid content to your hops schedule. It is a dual purpose alpha variety, and is good for the beginning of the boil, or mid-additions in brewing.See More Details

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1 - 9 $5.95 each
10 - 24 $5.50 each
25 $5.25 each
CANNOT SHIP TO
ID, OR, WA
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Hops - Nugget
Description:

**LARGE QUANTITIES AVAILABLE CALL*
Nugget: Vigorous producer of large hop cones.
High bittering: 11-14%.
Hops put the "Bitter" in beer.  Rhizomes

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1 - 9 $5.95 each
10 - 24 $5.50 each
25 $5.25 each
CANNOT SHIP TO
ID, OR, WA
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HOPS - WILLAMETTE
Description:

Willamette: Improved Fuggle type. Excellent all-purpose hops. 4-6% bitterness. Disease resistant.
Hops put the "Bitter" in beer.
RhizomesSee More Details

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1 - 9 $5.95 each
10 - 24 $5.50 each
25 $5.25 each
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ID, OR, WA
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Horseradish

Horseradish is resistant to most diseases and adaptable to many soil types.

Horseradish

Horseradish

Description:

This refreshingly flavorful root is often used as a condiment with roast beef and oysters as well as many other uses. Although the root is a perennial it is often grown as an annual, See More Details

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1 - 5 $2.55 each
6 - 12 $2.35 each
13 - 24 $2.15 each
25 + $1.85 each
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Kiwi

Hardy Kiwi (Actinidia arguta) produces smaller, very sweet and flavorful fruit that has a smooth skin and can be eaten just like grapes. It is also a very vigorous vine and depending on the variety is hardy to minus 25F or below. 
Kiwi - Female - Anna
Description:

1 male plant is required for every 6 female plants.
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1 - 9 $11.50 each
10 + $10.75 each
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Kiwi-Female - Michigan State

Kiwi-Female - Michigan State

Description:

1 male plant is required for every 6 female plants.
A newer variety originating from Michigan State, very productive, is prized for its exceptionally large fruit and delicious flavor. See More Details

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1 $11.50 each
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Kiwi-Male
Description:

MALE - DOES NOT FRUIT
1 MALE FOR EVERY 6 FEMALES 
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1 - 9 $11.50 each
10 + $10.75 each
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Lingonberry

LINGONBERRY - Fruit production benefits from planting 2 different varieties.
is a woody, evergreen shrub, native to north-temperate regions in Eurasia and North America. It requires leached soils, with a low base saturation, low lime content, a low level of available nutrients, with at-least a 2% organic matter content. Most of these soils have a pH of 4.5 to 5.0 Peat, leaf mulch and pine bark mulch are good mulch materials for lingonberries. These berries require very little, if any, fertilizer but may respond to magnesium if the soil test is low. They require water in the amount of 1" per week during the growing season. During a dry period, water needs to be applied by drip or overhead irrigation. These plants have the same requirements as blueberries and grow where blueberries grow well.

The leaves of lingonberry are bright green the year around. It blooms with white flowers in May and again in late July and August. The fruit ripens in 2 crops: July and August, and then in September and October. The fruit is bright red with a slight acid flavor which cooks up into a very tasty sauce. An 8 oz. jar of lingonberry sauce produced in Europe usually sells for $6.00 or more in the USA. Full sunlight produces the heaviest crops while partial shade increases the number of shoots. Lingonberry grows very much like the lowbush blueberry in that they are low growing. Lingonberries spread by rhizomes to form a mat. It has been used as a landscape plant in Europe for many years. It is attractive all year long as a green border of ground cover. Spacing for Lingonberries is 18" apart.


Red Pearl - a productive, spreading plant that reaches approximately 12-18" in height. Berries are medium to large. Shows good resistance to Phytopthora Root Rot.

Regal - a spreading plant that reaches approximately 8 - 15" in height. Berries are medium to large with good resistance to Phytopthora Root Rot.
Lingonberry - Red Pearl

Lingonberry - Red Pearl

Description:

Fruit production benefits from planting 2 different varieties.  Zone 3-9
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1 - 5 $6.50 each
6 - 10 $6.00 each
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Lingonberry - Regal

Lingonberry - Regal

Description:

Fruit Production Benefits from Planting 2 Different Varieties. Zone 3-9
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1 - 5 $6.50 each
6 - 10 $6.00 each
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PawPaw

The Pawpaw (Asimina Triloba) has a wide range throughout the Eastern U.S. The tree belongs to the custard apple family (Annonaceai). It has a tropical appearance. Leaves will be as long as 12" and up to 6" wide. The bark is very smooth and gray in color. 

TWO VARIETIES NEEDED FOR POLLINATION 
Paw Paw - Davis NEW!
Description:

Very reliable and productive, Davis Pawpaw bears abundant amounts of large, high quality, sweet fruit. This is one of our earliest ripening varieties.

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1 $16.50 each
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Paw Paw - Pennsylvania Golden
Description:

One of the very earliest ripening varieties, bears a good crop of large, sweet, flavorful fruit.
Size at Maturity: 12-15 ft. in height,
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1 $16.50 each
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Paw Paw - Potomac NEW!
Description:

One of the largest Pawpaw varieties, Potomac™ Pawpaw features delicious, sweet and richly flavored fruit that often weighs 3/4 lb. or more. Potomac has an attractive, upright growth habit.See More Details

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1 - 9 $16.50 each
10 + $15.75 each
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PAW PAW - REBECCA'S GOLD
Description:

Rebecca's Gold Paw Paw - Large sweet flavorful fruit.
Bloom: April  12-15 Ft at maturitySee More Details

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1 $16.50 each
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PawPaw - Prolific

PawPaw - Prolific

Description:

This unique variety often begins bearing within two years after planting. Ripens early and producesSee More Details

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1 - 9 $16.50 each
10 + $15.75 each
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PawPaw-Sunflower

PawPaw-Sunflower

Description:

 A popular and reliable variety bears a good crop of very large, sweet and delicious fruit.

Size at Maturity: 12-15 ft in height.
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1 - 9 $16.50 each
10 + $15.75 each
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Seaberry (Buckthorn)

Very ornamental, with grayish green leaves. However as the name implies, this plant has large thorns. In fall branches are covered with clusters of bright orange berries. Tasty and healthy, the berries are an excellent source of vitamin C and make a delicious juice. 

MALE AND FEMALE PLANTS ARE NEEDED FOR FRUIT
Seaberry (Buckthorn)- Male
Description:

German variety - Leikora. 
The males are for pollination purposes only and do not produce fruit. See More Details

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1 - 9 $12.80 each
10 - 25 $12.30 each
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Seaberry (Buckthorn)-Female

Seaberry (Buckthorn)-Female

Description:

German variety - Leikora. 
Blooms in April and is wind pollinated. A male and a female plant must be planted within 20 feet of each other in order to produce fruit. See More Details

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1 - 9 $12.80 each
10 - 25 $12.30 each
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