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(804)432-7925

Beaverdam, VA 


Here's our 2018 inventory
to place an order call or email
(804)432-7925 plantswithpurposefarm@gmail.com or mattgoldman8@gmail.com

 2018 availability list

 Edible Offerings
subject to availability

 
Blueberry 
 

 
Grapes
 

Raspberries 


Varieties
Table Grapes
Concord: purple, fruit,  easy to grow
Himrod:    white, sweet fruit, early
Vanessa:    red Fruit, sweet, soft skin
                                                 

Wine Grapes
Cayuga: White selected for its ease of growing, lack of disease pressure
Chambourcin: Red, selected for its ease of growing

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Muscadine Grapes
CARLOS: Bronze, heavy crops, late fruit
COWART: Black, aromatic, late fruit

 ​ Varieties
NORTHERN HIGH BUSH zones 3-7
 
Duke:  very early, large fruit, good fresh pick
Earliblue; early, med fruit.
Patriot:  early, med fruit, reliable producer
Bluejay:  mid, medium fruit, good fresh pick
Blueray: mid, large fruit, tangy fruit
Berkley: mid, medium fruit, light flavor
Bluecrop: mid, medium fruit, classic flavor
Chandler: Very large Fruit. Good flavor
Jersey: late, medium fruit, large growing
Elliot: late, large fruit, powder blue fruit

                                                                                    

SOUTHERN HIGH BUSH zones 5-9
Southern Highbush bluerries are know for their large, early fruit and  adaptability to southern hot growing conditions. 

Oneal: earliest of the blues, med fruit, sweet
Cape Fear: Mid. Med Fruit. beautiful plant 
Carteret: mid. med fruit. excellent fall color

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RABBITEYE zones 6-10
Southern family of plants, later crops and plants tollerate the hot and dry conditions
      
Tifblue: mid, med fruit, vigorous plant
Climax: late, med fruit, sweet good Pick your own
POWDER BLUE: LATE, MED FRUIT, TALL PLANT.
Premier: late, med fruit, darker fruit

                                                                                    


LOW GROWING ZONES 4-9
 
Lowbush: mid, small fruit, 2'x 3' or smaller
Tophat: mid, med fruit, NORTHERN. 
Sunshine Blue: mid, med fruit, sOUTHERN

 

 
Varieties
zones 3-7
​EVERBEARING VARIETIES
HERITAGE-Red
CAROLINE- Red
ANNE- Yellow

Tradtional Summer Reds
Latham
Killarney
                                                                                 
     
    BLACK "RASPs"       
- plant has thorns, is more vigerous  and requires a stonger trellis system similar in height to a blackberry trellis

Bristol: early/mid, firm sweet fruit
Jewel: mid, large fruit, reliable crop 
​MacBlack: late, med fruit, firm 
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​FIGS


Figs are a large growing shrub that produce sweet soft skinned fruit ready August and September. The key to growing figs is the successful survival of  branches though the winter.  yearly fig production restS on choosing The PROPER location.  these beauties benefit from a micro-climate that block northern and westerly winter winds or by using the postion of the home and taking advantage of shrub hedges and nearby evergreens.  

VARIETIES

Celeste
 Earliest, southern favorite, yellow to purple ripe color
Brown Turkey
Early, most common, deep purple ripe color
LSU Purple
Early/Mid season, elongated purple fruits, slightly more compact
Chicago Hardy- Late season harvest of dark purple figs, slightly more cold hardy
Kadota- the "newton" fig
 

 
CURRANT
ribes rubrum/negrum
zones 4-8, small shrub, (4'x4')

Perfection-RED, small sour/sweet fruits
Imperial-WHITE, sweet early fruit
Ben Sarek- BLACK, aromatic, sweet

                                                                                            

GOOSEBERRY
ribes uva-crispa
zones 4-8, small shrub, (3'x3')

Pixwell-Green/Pink Sweet Fruits
Hinnamaki-Red sweet, grapelike fruits

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Blackberries


​​VARIETIES​​
Natchez- Early Season Fruit
Osage- Early Season Fruit
Arapaho- Early Season Fruit

Triple Crown- Mid Season Fruit
Apache- Mid-Season Fruit
Ouchita- Mid Season Fruit

Chester- Late Season Fruit
Navaho- Late Season Fruit

                                                                            

Kiowa-Mid,  very large fruit (Thorns)

                                                                             

Primacanes

Blackberries grow on first year wood, late in the growing season through frost. This also allows them to be grown up to a zone "colder" than before. NY/NJ/CT 

Pime Ark Traveler Thornless
Pime Ark 45


JOSTA-BERRY
RIBES-NIDIGROLARIA
Compact Shrub, 4' x 3' 

Species- Cross between currant and gooseberry, dark aromatic fruit, similar in form to black currant, later fruit.

Specialty Fruits

HONEYBERRY
Haskaps
4'x 4' zone 4-7
Small shrubs that grow irregular blue fruits similar in flavor to blueberries.
Varieties
Cinderella
Indigo
KIWI VINES
Actinidia
Arctic kiwi are hardy to 0 degrees
Varieties
Issai: 
Hardy Female:
Male:
Kens Red Female:
 
DWARF MULBERRY
morus
Shrub Form, Self Pollinating, 6'x 6', Double Crop, 2 gallon

Species: mid spring, late summer fruit, lightly sweet
 
​​​​Bush Cherry 
nanking
prunus tomentosa
4' x 4' Compact Shrub
Varieties
Joy
Jan