Garden Berry

Garden Berries

Except where noted, grow garden berries just like tomatoes, starting indoors 4 weeks before frost. Or direct sow about the time of last frost. Heirloom berry seeds are usually tiny, so be careful not to cover too deeply.

Giant Cape Gooseberry

Cape Gooseberry GR108

(Physalis peruviana) The cape gooseberry is native to Brazil and was grown... Read More
Strawberry Spinach

Strawberry Spinach GR107

(Chenopodium capitatum) An old-fashioned plant that dates to 1600 in Europe.... Read More

Wonderberry GR105

(Solanum burbankii). 75 days. Developed by Luther Burbank; tasty, small... Read More

Naranjilla GR104

(Solanum quitoense) A really unique fruit from the Andes; delicious swee... Read More
Garden Huckleberry

Garden Huckleberry GR103

(Solanum melanocerasum) 75 days. Large purple berries that are cooked and... Read More
Ground Cherry

Ground Cherry GR101

(P. pruinosa) 70 days. Huge yields of tart-sweet berries. This is the common... Read More
close (X)