Edible fruit, Perennials
Developed by a USDA cross of ‘Chehalem’ x ‘Olallie’ berries, this is a trailing, midseason berry whose rich, flavorful fruit sets the standard. Thorny canes can grow 10 ft. in a season, but are commonly controlled by pruning and trellising. Roots are perennial, but canes are biennial: they grow to full length the first season. The second season they bear clusters of white flowers followed by fruit.
‘Marion’ types include ‘Black Diamond’, a thornless variety; late-ripening ‘Waldo’, with berries that maintain their shape when cooked; and ‘Black Butte’, ‘Silvan’, and ‘Siskiyou’, all early ripeners with excellent flavor.
This variety of rue is dense and compact, with a fine gray-blue color.
Grows to 2 ft. tall. Smooth deep green leaves with yellow variegation have a spicy apple fragrance and...
Native to southern Europe, this herb grows 2 to 3 ft. high and wide, with aromatic, ferny-looking blue...