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Delicious Berries, No Matter Where You Live

From Blackberry Bushes to Blueberry Bushes and Raspberries or even Honeyberry Bushes, we have a wide range of Berry Bushes with delicious flavor, vibrant color, and easy growth. In fact, our Berry Bushes are so effortless that they can be planted in your garden, alone as an ornamental bush, or in containers inside your home or on your patio. Most Berry Bushes, like many Strawberries, are self-fruiting and thrive on their own, but planted with other plants, they will cross-pollinate and provide a larger harvest of berries.

How to Plant Berry Bushes

Berry Bushes are versatile and can thrive in various environments., but you will want to choose the variety that does best in your particular growing zone. Once you've determined your growing zone and purchased the perfect Berry Bushes, the process is simple. Most Berry Bushes prefer full sun (6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day) and well-drained soil.

When you've selected your location, dig a hole that's large enough to accommodate the root ball and a little wider for future growth. Place your Berry Bush, backfill the soil and water to settle the roots.

When to Plant Berry Bushes

As far as when to plant Berry Bushes, late fall is ideal but in colder areas, wait until early spring, once the threat of frost has passed.

How to Grow Berry Bushes: Pollination

Most Berry Bushes are self-pollinating but can cross-pollinate with other bushes for larger harvests.