Berry Seeds

All natural berry seeds. Many varieties.

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Berries

All seeds are grown 100% naturally.
blackberries
Blackberry

(Rubus spp)
75 seeds
Wild blackberry native to the southern United States. Has thorns, which equates to a superior flavor when compared to the thornless varieties sold at supermarkets. Seriously packed with flavor!
Packed with nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants.
Start indoors (or outdoors under rain cover).
Temperature needs to be warm (around 70 degrees F, or slightly less if necessary)
Press seeds slightly into soil. Requires light for germination.
Produces in second year.
Plant in ground when roots fully develop. Will spread (invasive), so choose an area you can mow around.
More about growing blackberries from seed, and a lot more general information.
$4.00

black cherries
Black Cherry

(Prunus serotina)
20 seeds
Large tree reaching 50 to 80 feet tall bearing tons of small black cherries. Use to make wonderful pies, extracts, juice, wine, and many more. Difficult if not impossible to come by commercially, black cherries offer a flavor sought after by many. The tree itself is merchantable as black cherry lumber is worth quite a bit of money to a furniture or cabinet maker. Also makes an excellent firewood for cooking.
Requires stratification. Mix seeds in a ziploc bag of potting soil that is moist but not wet, and keep the bag in the refrigerator for 3 months. Remove and plant in pots. Plant in final location once roots fully develop.
More about growing black cherries from seed.
$5.00

elderberries
Elderberry

(Sambucus canadensis)
20 seeds
Easy to harvest by removing the entire heads from the shrub. Elderberry has many medicinal uses. Make tinctures, wine, jam, and many other fun products.
Requires stratification twice. Expose seeds to normal indoor temperature for several months. Then expose to normal winter temperature for 3 months. Mix seeds in a ziploc bag of potting soil that is moist but not wet. Expose bag to normal indoor temperature for 3 months. Place bag in refrigerator for 4 months then sow seeds in pots or seed beds. Plant in final location once roots fully develop.
More about growing elderberry plants from seed.
$5.00

muscadine grapes
Grape (Muscadine)

(Vitis rotundifolia)
20 seeds
Not your average grape from the store, muscadines have a wildly robust flavor mimicked by none. Makes some of the best jam imaginable, and wine that no other can rival. Large and very easy to harvest. Many health benefits!
Requires stratification. Mix seeds in a ziploc bag of potting soil that is moist but not wet, and keep the bag in the refrigerator for 3 months. Remove and plant in pots. Plant in final location once roots fully develop.
More about growing muscadine grapes from seed.
$5.00

alpine strawberries
Strawberry (alpine)

(Fragaria vesca)
75 seeds
Wild strawberry. Smaller than standard store bought strawberries, but much more resilient and flavorful.
Mix of red and white strawberries.
Temperature needs to be warm (around 70 degrees F, or slightly less if necessary)
Press seeds slightly into soil. Requires light for germination.
Plant in ground when roots fully develop, and not in the dead of winter.
More about growing alpine strawberries from seed, as well as caring for plants.
$4.00

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