BERRIES

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Berries are good to grow for all gardeners. They add variety to our daily lives and are some of the most expensive fruits and vegetables in the supermarket! So growing berries is a wise move when you are crunching the budget. HRSeeds.com offers you a wide variety of berries to choose from. sunberry, goji berry, raspberry, blue berry, black berry, garden huckleberry are just some of the berry varieties we offer. We soon plan to offer berry plant starts in spring to many of these varieties once we can expand our greenhouses. Feel free to contact us if you have a variety you want but don't see it here.

garden huckleberry
sunberry
Here is the Dwarf Tamarillo or Tree Tomato (Solanum abutiloides) in this video i will taste test it! The fruits are edible, though Solanum abutiloides is rare in cultivation and plants have not been bred for quality of flavor. Therefore, the fruit can often have an unpredictable or unpleasant flavor, and Solanum abutiloides is most often cultivated as an ornamental plant, as the clusters of ripe fruit are very decorative. ☠ ☠  DANGER ☠ ☠ Parts of plant are poisonous if ingested! Handling the plant may cause skin irritation or allergic reaction. Pollen may cause allergic reaction. Visit HRSeeds.com
Here is the Litchi Tomato or Morelle De Balbis, Solanum sisymbriifolium, This plant is native of South America, mostly Paraguay. The small edible fruits are red on the outside and yellow inside. It grows inside a spiny, green husk. The fruit is ripe when it is easily removed from the stem. The flavor resembles tart cherries and a little bit like a tomato. This plant has been used as a trap crop to protect potatoes. Open pollinated 80 days. Visit HRSeeds.com

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