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Prime-Jan® Blackberry Bears fruit on first-year canes. This vigorous plant yields bumper crops of large berries that are slightly sweeter than Prime-Jim®, though not as erect in growth. First-year canes begin ripening in mid July, while second-year canes bear heaviest crops in June. Both continue to fruit until frost. Cold-tolerant. Self-pollinating. zones 4-8


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Prime-Ark® 45 Primocane Blackberry Early and heavy producers. Erect canes make it easy to pick these firm, midnight black berries. Fruit stores well for longer-term enjoyment. Plants are hardy, disease-resistant and cold-tolerant. First-year canes begin ripening in mid July, while second-year canes bear heaviest crops in June. Both continue to fruit until frost. Self-pollinating. zones 4-8

Heritage Red Raspberry Harvest raspberries your first year. This everbearing variety produces abundant crops of large, sweet, dark red berries that are perfect for eating fresh, canning, freezing, or making jams and jellies. Self-supporting, upright canes are hardy enough to grow in poor soil. Requires a well-drained spot. Cold-tolerant. Ripens in July, then repeats in September. Self-pollinating. Zones 4-8

Goldcot Apricot An apricot variety that can withstand cold winters. Researchers bred this tree in Michigan's snow belt, so you can depend on its hardiness, vigor and production consistency, even in areas with lower-temperature climates. The fruit has a deep, tangy flavor — perfect for fresh eating or canning. Ripens in early July. Self-pollinating. zones 4-8

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Chestnut Crabapple An excellent pollinator for other apples. This annual bearer, developed at the University of Minnesota in 1946, produces 2" pale yellow crabapples with streaky red blushes and some russeting. Creamy white flesh is fine-grained and crisp, with a sweet, nut-like flavor that is great for fresh eating, cooking or making jams. Tree is vigorous and hardy and adapts well to different soil types. Cold-tolerant. Ripens in early September. Self-pollinating. zones 3-8

Contender Peach Grow peaches in regions where temperatures fall well below zero. This exceptionally cold-tolerant variety, perfect for northern gardens, consistently yields large crops of sweet, juicy, medium to large freestone fruit. Also features lovely flowers that bloom in spring. Ripens in mid to late August. Self-pollinating. zones 4-8