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Native Shrubs


berry: Amelanchier utahensis  Serviceberry  Bay Area 
Deciduous shrub with showy white flowers in spring, tasty fruit in summer. This is our local species accustomed to dry summers. 
(14)  1 gal   18.00 

berry: Vaccinium x 'Southmoon'  Southmoon Southern High Bush Blueberry, fruit   
One of the best for mild-winter areas, a low-chill selection perfect for small gardens or large patio tubs. Blue-green foliage and showy pink to white flowers provide ornamental value, followed by an abundant crop of fruit. Self fruiting, but yields best when planted with another variety. Recommended winter chill: 150 hours. Semi-evergreen. -Monrovia 
(1)  5 gal   50.00 

berry: Vaccinium ovatum  Evergreen Huckleberry, fruit   
Succulent winedark berries (reputedly the tastiest of all native berries) emerging from the distinctive vase-shaped ericaceous flower, and luscious red new foliage maturing into deep shades of green -- behold the textural symphony of California huckleberry. Extremely adaptable to sun or shade, water or drought, wind or fog, this is a long favorite of savvy gardeners. Try planting it in an old tree stump, and watch it propsper! You'll need two plants to cross-pollinate and set fruit and they fruit more in the sun. 
(2)  5 gal   48.00 

Exotic Edible Species


berry: Fragaria 'Merlan'  Merlan Strawberry   
(9)  1/2 gal   8.00 

berry: Fragaria ananassa 'Elan'  Elan Strawberry   
(4)  1/2 gal   8.00 

berry: Ribes rubrum 'Red Lake'  Red Currant, berry   
(1)  1 gal   12.00 

berry: Rubus Golden Raspberry  Golden Raspberry   
(3)  2 gal   25.00 

berry: Vitis vinifera  Wine Grape, berry   
Rarely available reclaimed 40-year-old wine grape vines. 
(3)  24" box   400.00 

berry: Vitis vinifera 'Thompson Seedless'  Thompson Seedless Table Grape, berry   
White seedless table grapes. 
(5)  5 gal   35.00 

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