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Indiana Berry carries a wide variety of novelty plants for you to choose from.
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Aronia

Aronia melanocarpa is highly valued in Europe for both its ornamental value and as a useful fruit. Common name of chokeberry, fruit is technically edible, but due to its astringent bitter taste causes choking in most who try. Fruits are best used for juices, wines, pies and jellies. Showy white flowers in the spring followed in the fall by jet black berries and brilliant fire-red foliage. Aronia is not bothered by pests or diseases. Plants have a wide range of soil tolerance from medium moisture, well drained as well as boggy soils. Best fruit production in full sun, but can tolerate partial shade as well. Fruit production benefits from planting two different varieties. 
Zone Map Best In Zones 3 - 9

Aronia - Nero

Description:

Smaller shrub 3-4 ft tall and wide, with large black berries. See More Details

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Aronia - Viking

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Large shrub 3-6 ft tall and wide, with large black berries. See More Details

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Bush Cherry

Prunus japonica x Prunus Jacquemontii - 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. Tart cherries can be used for jams, jellies, pies and juice, high in antioxidants. Prune in late winter early spring any dead or damaged limbs, can be planted as a hedge row, all purpose fertilizer April and June. Late ripening cherries do not seem to have as much damage from birds since they don't generally eat red fruit in late summer.
3.25" Container
Zone Map Best In Zones 3 - 8
Description:

Tends to be a small plant, less vigorous, cross pollination will produce a larger fruit crop. See More Details

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Bush Cherry - Joel

Description:

Vigorous growth to about 4 ft tall, self-fertile, cross pollination will produce a larger crop. See More Details

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Vigorous growth to about 4 ft tall, cross pollination will produce a larger crop. See More Details

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Elderberry

Elderberries (Sambucus canadensis) are popular among home gardeners for their use in pies, jellies, and Jams and occasionally used in making wine. The plants are very winter hardy and flower in June, so the crop is seldom damaged by late spring frost. They are easy to grow and are a nice ornamental in landscape planting. 
Two varieties needed for pollination 
Zone Map Best In Zones 4 - 8
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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Hybrid between the American Sambucus canadensis and the European Sambucus nigra which gives us an elderberry with all the characteristics of the European varieties but free from the diseases that plague so many. The berries are larger than the American varieties and "Marge" is also self-pollinating so only one plant is necessary for fruit production. Original plant was an open pollinated seedling of "Haschberg"; Marge is considered to be Sambucus nigra, though theSee More Details

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Elderberry - Nova

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Large, sweet fruit. Good for jelly, pie and wine. Hardy and productive bush will grow 6-8 feet. Pollinate with York. Nova ripens evenly and a bit earlier than York during August. See More Details

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Zone Map Best In Zones 4 - 8
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A fast-growing cultivar with big yields. Blooms little bit later than other cultivars, produces several berry clusters the first year. See More Details

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Elderberry - York

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Largest berries of any cultivated elderberry. Juicy, sweet, purplish black berries. Good for jam, jelly, juice, pie, and wine. Hardy, vigorous, highly productive bush will grow 6 to 8 feet. Large creamy white flowers in early summer and nice fall foliage. Two varieties need for cross pollination. Can bear as early as the second year. Last to ripen. See More Details

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Zone Map Best In Zones 3 - 8
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American hybrid with large dark purple berries, tall upright growth up to 6 feet. Produces heavy yields, is efficient to harvest, and produces fruit well-suited for processing. Cross pollinate with Bob Gordon. See More Details

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Goji Berry

Zone Map Best In Zones 5 - 9
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CRIMSON STAR also known as Wolfberry (Lyeium barbarum) This attractive Chinese native features light purple, bell-shaped flowers and bright red berries. The nutritious, sweet and tasty berries are popular in Chinese dishes and are among the highest in antioxidant, have more carotene than carrots and contain all essential amino acids and many minerals. Some call it the plant of eternal life! Attractive 5 to 6 ft. vining shrub (needs support), self fertile, thorny and hardy to -10 F. See More Details

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Honeyberries

Lincera caerulea var, edulis - Native to Eastern Siberia and Japan, this attractive small shrub is a highly valued fruiting plant in its native range. A unique member of the Honeysuckle family, it produces very early ripening tasty berries (BEFORE STRAWBERRIES!) about the size, flavor and color of wild blueberries. Hardy to -40 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 and actually prefer partial shade - particularly in southern regions. They can tolerate more sun in northern climates. 
Most varieties bloom in March and fruit ripens in June. 
Needs two different varieties for pollination. 
Zone Map Best In Zones 3 - 7

HONEYBERRY AURORA

Description:

AURORA  – From the University of Saskatchewan, has large, powdery blue with an elongated, slightly tapered shaped berries.  The stem scar is dry with high quality fruits and excellent choice for fresh or frozen.  The berries are longer than wide with an average berry weight 1.9 grams.  The flavor of fruits is regarded as sweet when ripe.  The plants grow upright to 6 feet tall with a width of 3 feet. Early to Mid Bloom Time.

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Zone Map Best In Zones 3 - 8
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Excellent quality fruit! has ticker skin and flesh therefore the fruit is chewier much like a grape. Plants will produce average yields; plants are vigorous and will grow 5.5 feet at maturity. The fruit have a good firmness with nice blend of sweet and mild tanginess. See More Details

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Zone Map Best In Zones 3 - 8
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High in flavor, a strong aromatic sweetness of black raspberries and blue berries. Light blue fruits are longer and flatter than other cultivars. Excellent firmness, medium to high vigor growing 5.5 feet tall. See More Details

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Zone Map Best In Zones 3 - 7

TUNDRA HONEYBERRY

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Tundra  - From the University of Saskatchewan Tundra lives up to its name, as the plants have extreme tolerance to cold climate conditions. The plants grow vigorously and will grow to a mature height of 6.5 feet within a few years. Large light blue berries average fruit weighing 1.5 grams, similar to a medium size blueberry. The firm fruits will melt as they are eaten and are highly aromatic. See More Details

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Horseradish

Zone Map Best In Zones 4 - 9

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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Kiwi

One male plant is required for every 6 females. 
 
Zone Map Best In Zones 4 - 7
Description:

One of the most popular varieties for gardeners and commercial growers alike, with, very sweet and flavorful fruit, the skin is green and develops a purple-red blush in the sun about the size of a large grape. Bloom Time: May. Ripening Time: September-October. See More Details

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Kiwi-Female - Michigan State

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 A newer variety originating from Michigan State, very  productive, is prized for its exceptionally large fruit and delicious flavor, Michigan State's lime green fruit can weigh up to 1 oz. Bloom Time: May. Ripening Time: September-October. See More Details

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MALE - DOES NOT FRUIT, 1 MALE NEED FOR EVERY 6 FEMALES.

The male plant is not a named variety. Approx. 6" - 12" plants. Plants should be planted 10 feet apart. 

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Lingonberry

Zone Map Best In Zones 3 - 11

Lingonberry - Red Pearl

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Originated from Netherlands moderate growth with plant height at 12 inches. Fruit is small, similar to Koralle. Good disease resistance. See More Details

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Lingonberry - Regal

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Originated from University of Wisconsin, vigorous growth with plant height between 8-12 inches at maturity. Small firm berries, plants have some resistance to phytopthera root disease. See More Details

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Zone Map Best In Zones 3 - 7
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Ruby Lingonberry(BV8724-49) - Originated Swedish University, moderate growth with plant height at 12 inches. Flowers in September, lasting several weeks, with high yields of medium size, light red colored berries. Plants are vigorous, growing many rhizomes resistance to diseases. 
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Zone Map Best In Zones 3 - 7
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(Val-89254) Originated Swedish University, highly vigorous growth with plant height between 12 and 15 inches. Early flowering, with high yields of very large, deep red colored berries Plants are vigorous, growing many rhizomes excellent resistance the root diseases.  3.25" Container See More Details

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PawPaw

The Pawpaw (asimina Triloba) has a wide range throughout the Eastern U.S. It grows from southern Michigan and New York State in the North to north Florida in the South. Its western boundary is about Nebraska and Texas. The tree belongs to the custard apple family (Annocaceai). 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. 
Zone Map Best In Zones 5 - 7
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One of the most vigorous growing PawPaws quickly becomes a small tree. Early ripening fruit is large with, orange - yellow flesh, size at Maturity:12-15 ft. in height, Bloom Time: April, Ripening Time: September-October. 5 ½” Banded Pot with stake & shelter.See More Details

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Zone Map Best In Zones 5 - 9

PawPaw-Sunflower

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A very productive late ripening variety, producing large, sweet delicious fruit with a light yellow flesh. Size at Maturity: 12-15 ft. in height. Bloom time:April, Ripening Time: September-October.  5 ½” Banded Pot with stake & shelter.See More Details

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Fig

Zone Map Best In Zones 5 - 10

Fig - Chicago Hardy

Description:

Is considered to be one of the hardiest edible figs. Its stems are hardy to 10 F and the roots are hardy to -20 F. It can be grown in zone 5 if situated in warmer micro-climate and given protection with heavy mulch when dormant. Stems that die back will re-sprout in spring and will produce fruit on the new wood. The medium-sized fruit has light brown to deep purple skin with sweet, pink flesh and ripens in late summer and early fall. See More Details

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Zone Map Best In Zones 6 - 10

Fig - Olympian

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Ficus carica -  Olympian fig is a ultra cold hardy fig and absolutely delicious. This fig produces very sweet fruits with thin purple skin with a red to violet flesh. Discovered by retired biologist Denny McGaughy, he named it after the city where he found it in a sheltered location. The hardy Fig Tree does will in a variety of soils, but require at least 8 hours of sunlight during the growing season. Cold injury can be reduced by choosing sites without direct sunlightSee More Details

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Mulberry

Zone Map Best In Zones 5 - 11
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Dwarf Mulberry - Morus sp. Is a medium size black mulberry with a sweet tasty flavor. In pot culture it can be maintained as a dwarf with minor pruning. Produces sweet medium size berries, which can be eaten fresh or used in jams and jellies. Plant is self-fertile, and should be planted in moist well drained soil (avoid standing water or flooded areas). they prefer a soil pH between 5.5 and 6.5 with full sun.See More Details

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