NOT AVAILABLE TO SHIP, meaning I'm not getting these shipped and then shipping again to you. These are bulk prices that I am able to secure and don't have time to pack and ship these.
PICKUP for 2024(at this time, we may add more locations) WILL BE IN SPANISH FORK UTAH, TAYLORSVILLE UTAH, ROY UTAH AND INKOM IDAHO. THE ORDER WILL BE SHIPPED (to me)THE FIRST WEEK IN APRIL, 2024.
Multiple emails will be sent as the time gets closer and also when they arrive and we know exact dates better. PLEASE PICK UP WITHIN 10 DAYS OF ARRIVAL OR YOU WILL FORFEIT YOUR ORDER.
Also note that when ordering any bare root berry stock, please do NOT add any other store items to your order, such as beeswax candles etc. Your plant order needs to be only plants or I will cancel your order.
It's also helpful when ordering to put in the notes, where you would like to pick up your order. It can be changed but that gives us an idea.
When you pick up your order, they will be wrapped in a plastic bag and should be kept moist and planted within 24 hours or at least healed in.
All varieties are chosen to do well in Utah, Idaho etc. Down to Zone four.
Goji berries are a favorite of mine. They are a great producing shrub with small thorns that aren't really a problem. They're upright, prolicif and beautiful. I love them for their high vitamin C. Here in the west, citrus isn't as readily available. I harvest my Goji berries when fully ripe and dry them. I've made into a powder to add to pancakes, muffins, smoothies, jams etc or snacked on them like dried fruit in my trail mix. They are also helpful to plant if you have other berries that you want the birds to stay away from. Plant a couple of these Goji berries and the birds will go for them and not your grapes and strawberries. They still produce enough that you'll get plenty enough gojis while still sharing with the birds.
Deciduous shrub grown primarily for its berries. Spring brings inconspicuous green-red flowers followed by large green to pink berries. This gooseberry is thornless and berries are easy to pick, hence the name. Great for pies and cooking but may be too tart for eating fresh. Grow in fertile soils with moderate amounts of water for greatest berry yield. Prune out 1/3-1/5 of the oldest canes each year to induce greater yields.Pixwell Gooseberry will grow to be about 4 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 5 feet. It has a low canopy. It grows at a medium rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for approximately 15 years. This is a self-pollinating variety, so it doesn't require a second plant nearby to set fruit.This edible plant produces large, oval, green berries becoming blushing pink in mid-summer when ripe and ready for eating. This fruit is delicious in pies and jellies. Plant in full sun yo part shade. They will produce fruit the season after they are planted but these starts are usually so big and beautiful, I've gotten some fruit the first year. Picture from:myhomesteadiowalife