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.

Pepino Melon

Pepino Melon GR117

(Solanum muricatum) This eggplant relative produces fruit that are the... Read More
Ground Cherry

Ground Cherry GR101

(P. pruinosa) 70 days. Huge yields of tart-sweet berries. This is the common... Read More
Aunt Molly Ground Cherry

Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry GR132

65 days. Polish heirloom variety has unusually fine flavor—very sweet with... Read More

Yellow Wonder Wild Strawberry GR122

This creamy yellow-fruited variety is a favorite of many in Europe. The... Read More
Attila Strawberry

Attila Strawberry GR220

(Fragaria vesca) It’s an alpine strawberry that makes runners! Ever-bearing... Read More
Alexandra Strawberry

Alexandria Strawberry GR221

(Fragaria vesca) Deep scarlet, egg-shaped fruits weigh two to three grams... Read More
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