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Our Season starts off in October for shipping the first
fall orders with Chandler and Albion Strawberry plants
All other varieties will not start shipping until mid November
after we receive our first frost and plants go dormant for the

rest of our plant shipments.

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Family owned and operated, specializing in small fruit plants. Now excepting orders for 2020 and 2021 seasons.
shipping season. Plants will not be shipped until dormant this Fall approximately November 10th, and continue to ship until may 20th.

With three generations of experience, we provide the largest variety of top-quality blackberries, raspberries, grapes, fruit trees and more. Our Plants are certified and grown from 1st generation tissue culture plantlets to assure you that our stock is disease free.

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Carrying for Blueberry Plants Posted on March 24, 2016 by penseberryfarm Blueberry Plants

Blueberry plants are the most popular berry plants found in gardens because they are the perfect plant to grow in a small place. There are three varieties of blueberries; Highbush, Rabbiteye, and Southern Highbush. Many of the plants will produce fruit in their third year but will not fully produce until... read more

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German Wine Rhubarb

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Our Price: $9.00
German Wine Rhubarb
German Wine Rhubarb, produces dark red, thick stalks with a very sweet flavor. It is excellent for making pies, preserves or even wine. Stalks ripen and are ready for cutting in late spring to early summer. More compact than some of the older varieties. Rhubarb is best grown in full sun and will tolerate a wide variety of soils. Rhubarb can be used as an ornamental in your perennial bed.
Rhubarb grows well in almost all soil types but does best on well-drained, fertile soil. The field should be free of weeds and well tilled prior to planting. The rhubarb crowns should be spaced 24-48 inches apart and rows should be 3-4 feet apart (or decrease to 2-3 feet apart for smaller gardens). In the first year of planting the stalks should not be harvested, but the flower stalks should be removed.

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