Small Fruits

Small fruits allow one to choose from a wide variety of flavors, growing habits and fruiting times. As well as being ornamentally attractive, these plants require minimal growing space.


Spring flowers produce delicious, colorful fruits. Most varieties will fruit sufficiently for the home gardener, other varieties (as noted) may require cross-pollination. Grow in full sun for optimal growth and fruit production.


A diverse selection of small fruits in the garden will provide fresh fruit for your family season after season. These are ideal for fresh fruit, baking, jams and jellies and more.


Select Plant Type:

Anna Kiwi

Actinidia arguta

Anna/Meader Kiwi

Actinidia spp.

Apache Thornless Blackberry

Rubus x

Arapaho Thornless Blackberry

Rubus x

Biloxi Blueberry

Vaccinium corymbosum

Bluecrop Blueberry

Vaccinium x

Chicago Hardy Fig

Ficus carica

Chippewa Blueberry

Vaccinium x

Concord Grape

Vitis x

Duke Blueberry

Vaccinium x

Earliblue Blueberry

Vaccinium x

Heritage Raspberry

Rubus x

Josephine Raspberry

Rubus x

Latham Raspberry

Rubus idaeus

Meader Male Kiwi

Actinidia arguta

Navaho Thornless Blackberry

Rubus x

Northland Blueberry

Vaccinium x

Northsky Blueberry

Vaccinium x

Powder Blue Blueberry

Vaccinium ashei

Sunshine Blue Blueberry

Vaccinium x

Toro Blueberry

Vaccinium x