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Starter Plant or Plugs Wholesale *
*Starter Plants or Plugs are tissue cultured or cuttings or seed grown plants in a 72-cell pack 10-1/2" by 21". Plants for sale are ready for transfer to a 3" to 4" pot for retail if you're selling small plants or you finish or grow it further to maturity if you're selling larger or flowering plants. Prices are subject to change without notice.
|We are now offering a line of food producing plants! In the coming years this is going to be a market with a lot of growth potential. We are carefully making selections for growers to produce container plants for retail, as well as growers wanting to produce fruit for market and “you pick” farms.|
Northern Highbush - These varieties are great for areas through the Northern US and Southern Canada. The chill requirements are 1000+hours under 45F. The fruiting season is June, July and August. Unless otherwise noted, in order to thrive requires full sun, 5-8 months grow time in 6" to 10" pot or in the ground.
Blueberries work wonderfully in the garden, landscape, or in containers on patios. blueberry plants will produce delicious fruit and llok good doing it! They make very beautiful bushes which will display brilliant fall color. Many blueberry plants are self fertile, however cross pollination will help increase berry size and yield.
We are currently producing both Southern Highbush and Northern Highbush. Southern Highbush is recommend for regions with chill falling below 1,000 hours per year (under 45°F) and Northern Highbush for regions with more than 1,000 hours per year. Some varieties are self pollinating and will fruit well in a container. Cross pollination will help increase berry size and yields. Contact us for help on selecting the best varieties for your needs.
Southern Highbush: University of Florida Hybrids. These low chill cultivars are commonly grown in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and the Gulf States. They were developed specifically for requions with mild winter temperatures. Bushes can be pruned to promote branching and additional canes from the roots. Unless noted otherwise, in order to thrive requires full sun, 5 to 8 months grow time in 6" to 10" pot or in the ground, Fruiting season is April, May and June
Southern Highbush: University of Georgia Hybrids. These low chill cultivars are commonly grown in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and the Gulf States. They were developed specifically for requions with mild winter temperatures. Bushes can be pruned to promote branching and additional canes from the roots. Unless noted otherwise, in order to thrive requires full sun, 5 to 8 months grow time in 6" to 10" pot or in the ground, Fruiting season is April, May and June
Blackberry (Rubus)Thornless blackberries are perfect for homeowners to produce fruit in containers or in the garden. Blackberries are a native crop to many areas of the United States and are adapted to a wide range of environments. Unlike many fruit crops, blackberries can be grown with little to no pesticide use in the home garden and reequire fewer inputs in commercial production. Unless noted otherwise, in order to thrive,they require full sun, in zones 5-9, 2-3 months grow time in 6"-8" pot or in the ground and grows erect.
Media: Well-drained, fertile, loam soil with moderate water holding capacity.
Fertilization: Weekly, 10-10-10 @200ppm
Water: Keep moist
University of Arkansas Hybrids
Figs (Ficus)Figs make a welcome addition to home container gardens and landscapes. They can be grown as a tree or pruned and grown as a bush. They fruit on the current year’s growth. This allows the plant to fruit even if the plant froze to the ground during winter months. If the plant is to be grown in cold climates it is recommend to be grown as a bush. These are all self pollinating varieties that will fruit in containers. Unless noted otherwise, All of the Figs are Zone 7-10, 3-4 months grow time in 6"-10" pot or in the ground in full sun. Grows 3' to 5' tall. Fruiting season is from Summer to Fall.
Media: Good drainage, can handle minor salinity in soil and water
pH: 5.5 - 6.5
Fertilization: Weekly, 5-10-10 @200 ppm
Water: Keep moist
Actinidia is a woody vine which can cover trellises, arbors, fences, or serve as a screen for porches. The vines can be grown with very low maintenance. In order for Kiwi to produce fruit you need to have a male and female plant (females produce fruit). We recommend planting 1 male for every 3 females.
FUZZY KIWI - Zone 7-9, Vining, 2-3 months
HARDY KIWI - Zone 5-9, Vining, 2-3 months
Papaya (Carica)Our papaya varieties are all self pollinating types. Papayas make excellent container and landscape specimens. In order for these to produce fruit, warmth throughout the year is required, however, the foliage and structure of the plant itself is very appealing, as well.
Media: Well-drained, fertile, loam soil with moderate water holding capacity. Unless noted otherwise, They require full sun, zone 9-11, 2-3 months grow time in 8"-14" pot,
Fertilization: Weekly, 20-10-20@ 200 ppm
Water: Keep Moist
Fruiting Season: Summer
Pineapple (Ananas)Ananas are easy to grow drought tolerant plants. Although they are not very cold tolerant they can be overwintered indoors as a house plant. The plants will fruit in a container and also make a great landscape plant in warm climates. Growers can use Florel to produce fruit. Unless noted otherwise, they require partial sun 8-10 months grow in 4-10" pot in zone 9-11. Height from 1 to 3 feet tall
Fertilization: Monthly, 8-3-8 @ 200 ppm
Water: Low, drought tolerant, however periodic irrigation helps fruit development.
Spinach (Gynura) NEW
Okinawa Spinach—Zone 8-11; vigorous edible vegetable with shiny green top leaves and purple underneath, nice addition to salads or can be cooked also; purported to lower cholesterol! Full sun or part shade, forms dense non-vining ground cover or nice potted plant
Dragon Fruit (Hylocereus undatus) NEWDragon fruit is a beautiful fruit grown in Southeast Asia, Mexico, Central and South Americal. The plant is actually a type of cactus. Dragon fruit is low in calories and offers numerous nutrients, including Vitamin C, phosphorus, calcium, plus fiber and antioxidants. Dragon fruit tastes wonderful! - sweet and crunchy, with a flavor that's like a cross between kiwi and pear.
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