The bounty of the Northwest comes in part from our wonderful mariitime
climate in the Willamette Valley. Partake in the harvest in your own backyard.
Note: Inventory Subject to Change
If a plant is listed here, it means we have carried it at one time.
The plant may be sold out or unavailable.
Garland Nursery is a retail establishment only.
We do not ship plants.
Browse By Alphabetical Order
season = Early June
Mid season = July
Late season = Early August
These Dates May Vary.
Black Butte- Early-season, extremely large 2" long by 1" wide, sweet fruit.
Boysenberry- Mid-season, Black, very large fruit, covered with
dusty bloom and excellent distinct flavor. Reddish black at maturity.
Very fine flavor for fresh use or preserves, thornless.
Chester- Late season, large very sweet fruit with good flavor, semi-upright canes, thornless.
Marion-Mid-season, Medium to large, medium firmness, sweet shiny
blackberries. Excellent quality. Very high yields. Great for canning,
freezing, pies, jams. Excellent fresh.
Tayberry-Mid-season. Juicy, cone-shaped, deep purple fruit. Very
large. Firm core. Strong flavor. Cross between Logan and black raspberry.
Waldo(Thornless)-Mid-season (7 days later than Marion) Medium,
glossy black, firm berries, highly flavored. Productive. Fresh or preserves
Two different varieties are needed for cross pollination.
need a different variety to pollinate eachother. It is wise to match the
seasons to the pollen can be transfered. Early season and Late Season
plants may "miss" eachother pollen-wise, so make sure you plant
a mid-season or like-season to ensure you get berries.
= Early July
Mid. Season = Mid. July
Late Season = Late July
** These dates may vary.
Berkeley- Mid. Extra Large Fruit very large, light blue skin,
firm flesh. Vigorous and productive. Stores well, fresh
Blue Crop- Mid Medium High quality,light blue fruit, flesh very
firm, good flavor. Plant vigorous & disease resistant. Fresh, baking
Blue Ray Mid Large Fruit medium light blue, aromatic. Outstanding
flavor. Heavy yields. Fresh
Bluetta- Very Early Medium Dark blue berries with tangy blueberry
flavor.Bush is very compact, reaching 3-4 feet at maturity. Fresh, baking.
Dense globe shape and scarlet fall foliage - excellent ornamental.
Brigitta- Late Large New from Australia, features light blue, firm
beries with perfect flavor balance-sweet yet very slightly tart. Fresh,
baking. Store very well-up to one month in refrigerator.
Chandler- Mid-Late Giant Extra- Large Largest-berried variety of
all with delicious flavor. Long ripening season- fruit over a 6-week period.
Darrow- Late Very Large Huge slightly flattened light blue fruit
with robust flavor Fresh, baking.
Duke- Early season, light blue berries with a mildly sweet flavor, retains its fresh flavor longer than most, heavy and consitent yields.
Earliblue- Very Early Large Very firm flesh, slightly aromatic,
resists cracking. Light blue fruit with delicious flavor. Dessert, fresh
Elliot- Very Late Large Great for extending season, sky blue berries,
heavy yields. Berries tart unless pickedfully ripe. Fresh, baking.
Herbert- Late Large Tender flesh, very productive. Wild "Huckleberry"
flavor. Good baking, fresh.
Jersey- Late Medium Dark blue, very sweet berries are an old-time
favorite. Very productive. Large vigorous bush. Excellent for baking,
Legacy- Late Medium
Large Light blue berries with robust blueberry flavor. Very productive.
Vigorous upright bush to 6' with evergreen foliage. Fresh, frozen or baked.
Misty- Early Medium
Large Semi-evergreen, blue-green foliage provides perfect contrast to
hot pink spring flowers and sky blue summer fruit of excellent quality
North Blue- Mid Large Compact 2'-3' shrub produces fine quality
fruit. Hardy to -35. Fresh, baking. Good ornamental plant.
North Country- Early-Mid Medium Compact 2' shrub produces fruit
with sweet "wild" blueberry flavor. Fresh, baking
Patriot- Early Very Large Dark blue, highly flavored berries. Low,
spreading bush to about 4 feet. More tolerant of wetter soils than most
varieties (this does not mean standing water). Fresh, baking. Fiery orange
Spartan- Early Very Large Delicious tangy sweet flavor. Easy to
pick upright bush reaching 5-6 ft. Prefers well-drained sandy loam with
lots of organic matter. Good fresh or for baking
Sunshine- Self Mid Large Dime-sized delicious blueberries with
unique tangy flavor. Evergreen shrub, compact to 3 ft. with showy hot
pink flowers. Tolerates higher pH than other blueberries. Good fresh or
Top Hat- Self Small Lowbush dwarf ornamental variety grows only
1.5'x1.5'. Plentiful white bell-shaped blooms in spring give way to sweet
pea-sized light blue berries for several weeks. Fall foliage is blazing
red. Excellent in pots. Excellent ornamental
edible landscape plant
Toro- Mid Very Large Stocky, compact bush habit. Slower grower,
yet an outstanding ornamental blueberry. Full heavy clusters of delectable
flavor. Fresh, baking.
Stevens Cranberry Self Large Evergreen shrub 8-10" tall,
makes great groundcover. Cream colored flowers, glossy red, edible berries.
Plant 2' apart, needs little or no fertilizer.
Cherry- Self Large fruited, deep red, tart high quality. Bearts
well. Resistant to powdery mildew. Ripens in early September. Good jellies,
Consort- Self Soft black berries, sweet unique musky flavor. Heavy
bearing. Excellent for bird forage. High in vit.C. Immun to rust. Good
jellies, pies, fresh, and dried.
Crandall -Self (Ribes odoratum 'Crandall") Yellow flowers,
fragrant black fruit. Delicious sweet- tart flavor. High in vit.C. Very
productive, ripens mid July. Jellies, pies, fresh.
White Pearl- Self Produces large racemes of pinkish-white translucent
berries. Sweet and flavorful. Very productive. Fresh or preserves. (potted
White Primus-Self Produces long clusters of white translucent,
sweet fruit. Heavy production on compact shrub. Very high in vitamin C.
All of our
grapes are Certified Stock and are virus free.
= Early September
Mid. Season = Mid. September
Late Season = Late September
** These Dates May Vary
Cabernet Sauvignon- - Late, Black Small to medium berries. Strong
flavor. Vigorous, upright vine. Makes distinctive, red Bordeaux-type wines.
Chardonnay- Mid Amber Small, excellent quality. Sweet, foxy.
Cane pruned. Vigorous vines. One of the hardiest of wine grapes. Used
in makeing Chablis to Burgundy type, dry white wines. Ages best of all
Gerwurztraminer- Early Pink Small clusters with a small, spicy
pinkish grape. Produces moderate crops. Great for wine. Also makes wonderful
fresh or canned juice.
Merlot -Early medium-sized, round, deep black fruit. Produces
large yields of high quality, rich, red wine. Often blended with Cabernet.
Pinot Gris- Early Pink Medium-small berries in small compact clusters.
Best in areas with long cool growing season. Drought tolerant. Makes honey
colored, richly flavored wine. Known as the "Salmon Wine" because
of the unforgettable taste created when combined with salmon.
Pinot Noir- Dark blue, well adapted to Northwest growing conditions,
bears good crops of small, dark blue, very sweet and intensely flavored
White Reisling- mid to late white to yellow, small to medium,
round greenish yellow speckled fruits. Aromatic, lively flavor.
= Early September
Mid. Season = Mid. September
Late Season = Late September
** These Dates May Vary
Black Monukka Seedless- Early to Mid Dark Purple Seedless, oblong,
large, in loose clusters. Self-fruitful. Ripens in early September. Excellent
for all uses, especially fresh or raisins.
Buffalo- Mid season, bluish black in color, medium size grapes, well-filled clusters with juicy, sweet, melting flesh. Slipskin with spicy sweet flavor. Productive, vigorous, hardy and disease-free. Cane Prune.
Catawba- Late season, coppery red fruit, large clustersof large round grapes, distinctive, aromatic, slightly foxy flavor. Keeps well. Cane prune.
Concord- Late Bluish Black Large, round fruit in large clusters.
Excellent distinctive flavor. Vigorous hardy, productive vine. Great for
fresh eating , juice, jelly and wine.
Concord Seedless- Late Bluish Black Slightly smaller clusters
and berries than Concord. Usually seedless but occasionally a seed is
present. Slightly sweeter but same color and flavor as Concord. Excellent
fresh, in juice, jelly, pies.
Einset Seedless-Early Red medium-sized oval bright red grapes
with a fruity, mildly strawberry flavor. Resistant to cracking.
Flame Seedless - Early to Mid Red Very sweet, seedless, crunchy
fruit in very large clusters. Good texture & flavor. Cane or spur
pruning. Good vigor and productivity. Excellent for fresh use or raisins.
Glenora Seedless- Mid Bluish Black Medium to large, loose, heavy,
well-filled clusters. Superior quality. Keeps well on vine. Fresh, juice,
Golden Muscat- Early Gold Large clusters. Sweet, juicy, aromatic,
large fruit. Productive. Distinctive flavor. Cane pruning. Fresh, wine,
Himrod Seedless- Early Golden Yellow Large, long, loose clusters.
Crisp but tender skin. Sweet, delicious, juicy flesh. Cane pruning. Makes
Interlaken Seedless- Very Early Green White Crisp, solid, meaty,
sweet flesh. Pleasant tangy flavor. Vigorous, disease resistant vines.
Cane pruning. Fine for eating fresh; excellent for raisins.
Lakemont Seedless- Late Green White Medium ,non-slipskin, tender
fruit in compact clusters. Juicy, sweet, excellent flavor. Vigorous, productive
vines. Excellent fresh and for raisins.
Niagra- Late season, green white fruit, large slipskin grapes in large, compact clusters. Flavor is sweet with the foxy character of lubrusca type. Hardy, moderately productive. Can prune.
Steuben- Late season, blue-black fruit, very large, perfectly formed clusters of medium sized grapes with sweet, spicy, tender exquisite flavor. Very productive, vigorous vine. Resistant to mildew and black rot. Cane prune.
Suffolk Red Seedless- Mid. Red Long, loose, medium to large clusters.
Round, firm, meaty berries. Pleasing spicy, sweet flavor. Excellent quality.
Fine table grape.
Thompson Seedless - Mid. White - Yellow Large clusters. Medium
size, very sweet fruit. Needs plenty of heat. Good for all uses, especially
Vanessa Seedless- Early season, deep red fruit, medium sized oval shaped, with a crisp and firm flesh with adherent skin and aromatic, sweet, spicy flavor.
Venus- Early season, bluish-black fruit, well-filled clusters of large usually seedless, sweet, crispy flesh with a slight Muscat to just foxy flavor. Disease resistant and resistant to cracking.
(Black Currant x Gooseberry)- Self Flavor sweet like gooseberry. Ripens
in late June. Resistant to powdery mildew & white pine blister rust.
Totally thornless. Excellent jam.
Hinnomaki Red- Self Beautiful and tasty, new red-fruited variety
from Finland. Heavy bearer of large sweet fruit. Erect growth habit.Disease
resistant. Fesh and preserves.
Oregon Champion- Self Medium to large berry is light green to
yellow in color. Plant is thornless & fairly vigorous. Early season.
Mildew resistant. Very productive. Pies, preserves.
Pixwell- Self Red fruited. Hardy. Few thorns. Heavy bearer. Medium
size tart berries, easy to pick. Disease resistant. Pies, preserves.
Poorman- Self Plant is vigorous,healthy, quick growing, and most
reliably productive. Mildew resistant. Highly flavored, aromatic sweet
table variety. Excellent fresh, or in pies and jams.
The hop plant
is a climbing perennial that produces annual stems from a perennial crown
and rootstock. These annual stems may grow up to 25 feet in one season,
but will die back each fall to the crown. As the flower matures, they
form cone-like structures, which when fully mature are 1 to 3 inches long,
yellowish green, and have a papery texture. These cones are harvested
in August and September, and then dried. Once dried they can be used for
brewing, medicinal, or ornamental uses.
Alpha = Average
bitterness rating for brewing purposes.Varieties available:
Nugget- Vigorous producer of large hop cones. alpha rating 11-14%
|We carry a variety
of hops varying from year to year. Contact us today to see what is in stock.
leaves to one to two feet long. Coarse weedy looking. Best in rich moist
soil & sun. Plant 1 foot apart early spring. Dig outside roots fall,
winter, spring. Can also be grown in a pot.
For use in cooking; roots peeled, grated, and mixed with vinegar or cream.
fuzzy kiwi (Actinidia deliciosa aka. chinensis) and hardy kiwi
(Actinidia arguta). Fuzzy kiwi are large, egg-sized fruit
with fuzzy skin and attractive lime green flesh. They need well-drained,
fertile soil, water, mulch, and fertilizer to do well here. Hardy to 0
degrees F. They can suffer burn at 20 degrees F if sunny days are followed
by cold, clear nights. Vines require strong support.
kiwi are hardy to 25 degrees F. They are fast growing similiar to
the fuzzy kiwi in vigor. Fruit is smaller, round to oblong, and about
one inch across. The fruit are smooth, fuzzless with edible skin and sweeter
flesh than fuzzy. Usually bears the third season. One male plant pollinates
up to five females. Vines require strong support.
Hayward (Female)-Needs a pollinator. Large, 3" fuzzy brown
fruit. Lime green flesh with strawberry-like texture, tart taste, pungent
aroma. Blooms quite late. Ripen in November. Variety found in most grocery
Male-Does not bear fruit. Will pollenize female
Ananasnaja (Female)-Fruit .75-1.5", smooth very sweet spicy,
light green flesh. High in vitamins, phosphorous, calcium, iron. Low in
sodium, cholesterol and calories. Keeps 5-6 weeks if refrigerated. Ripens
in late September. Use in pies, desserts, jelly.
Issai-(self-fertile) Oblong fruit up to 1.75" long,. Smooth,
fuzzless, sweet flesh with thin skin. High in vitamins and fiber. Keeps
many weeks when refrigerated. Ripens in late August. Use fresh or to pollnize
Male-Does not bear fruit. will pollenize females.
are self-pollinating. There are black, yellow and red varieties to choose
from as well as everbearing(fall bearing) or springbearing
Late-season: Late July to Early August
Amity- Early & Late Large, firm, dark red, classic raspberry
flavor. Everbearing must be very ripe to pick. Superior quality. Best
fresh, shipping, freezing, canning.
Autumn Bliss- Mid-Late July Everbearing. Superior size and quality.
Disease resistant. Good fresh, jams, and jellies.
Boyne- Early to mid, medium sized, tender, juicy, dark red berries with aromatic, sweet flavor. Very productive, heavy, strong, sturdy easy to pick canes.
Canby- Mid season, thornless raspberry with large fine flavored, firm, juicy bright red berries. Heavy bearer. Virus and aphid resistant. Requires good drainage.
.Chilcoten- Late Berry a bit bigger than Willamette. Firm, good
color, exceptional flavor, long fruiting season. Hardy. Red. Good fresh,
jams, and jellies.
Fallgold - August to Frost Everbearing, golden yellow, very sweet,
large, delicious Good fresh, jams, and jellies.
Heritage- Early and Late Large, sweet, dark red berries with a
mild flavor. Strong, vigorous, very productive, suckers prolifically and
spreads rapidly. Moderate summer crop with heavier, superior fall crop.
Good fresh, canned, frozen, jam, jelly.
Meeker- Mid Large, bright red fruit is thimble shaped and firm.
Has superior flavor. Plant is vigorous, excellent home variety. High sugar
content, very productive, long harvest. Not good in heavy soils. Good
freezing, fresh, canning, processing.
Summit- Early and Late Everbearing, very productive. New variety.
Bright red. Good fresh, jams, and jellies.
Willamette- Mid Second largest dark red, firm, rather long fruit.
Principle commercial variety. Excellent quality. Lower sugar content,
rich & slightly tart, good flavor. Vigorous. Needs well drained soils.
Disease resistant. Good fresh, in pies or jams. Best freezing or canning.
Blackcap Cumberland- Late season, very large, round, firm, juicy, glossy black berries. Excellent, sweet, rich delicious flavor, never seedy. Healthy, vigorous, strong, upright plants. Heavy bearing. Shade tolerant.
Blackcap Munger- Mid Large plump and firm fruit with sweet delicious
flavor. Free from crumbling or seediness. Very hardy and disease resistant.
Excellent for preserving, satisfactory for freezing. Best Blackcap.
are classified as spring crop or everbearing. Springbearing produce
one giant crop in the spring which is useful if you are freezing or making
jam. Everbearing strawberries produce sporadically all season long
in smaller quanities. This may be better for fresh eating from spring
Early Season = Late
May / Fist week June
Day neutral = Not depending
on long nights to initiate flowering. Keep flowering and fruiting throughout
the growing season.
Mid Season = June
Late Season = Late June
These Dates May Vary.
These Dates May Vary.
Benton- Mid Large Sweet Virus tolerant, very productive. Second
crop often in fall. Fresh, frozen, preserves.
Hood- Mid Large Sweet Excellent color and flavor, bright glossy.
Fresh, frozen, excellent preserves.
Rainier- Late Very Large Sweet Very firm, uniformly red, rich
flavor, best west of Cascades. Frozen.
Shuksan- Mid Large Sweet Glossy bright red, medium firm, good
flavor. Large, vigorous plant. Virus tolerant. Especially suited to
NW. Fresh, excellent frozen
Fern- Spring to Fall Large Sweet Very firm berries with good
flavor, ideal for strawberry planters. Yields high. Day neutral. Good
for NW. Fresh, frozen, preserves
Quinalt- Spring & Fall Very Large Very Sweet Tasty berries
with soft texture, tender skin, very productive. Fresh, preserves
Seascape - Early Spring to Fall Large Very Sweet Excellent flavor.
Good for mild winter areas-bears so early first set of berries may be
lost to frost, but subsequent flowers and fruit are not affected. Fresh,
Selva- Early Summer to Fall Larg e Sweet Firm berry with good
flavor. Berries hold up well under wet conditions. Consistent heavy
producer. Day neutral. Fresh, preserves frozen.
Tribute- Spring to Fall Med-Large Sweet Bright red, firm berries
with good flavor.Vigorous and disease reisistant. Day neutral. Fresh,
Tri-Star- Spring to Fall Med. Sweet Excellent flavor and quality,
sweet, firm, red to center. Day neutral. Fresh, preserves, frozen.
'UC 157'-Male green variety
Sweet Purple-purple stalks turn green when cooked.
well-prepared, rich soil, 3-4 ft. apart with top of crown 1" above
soil surface. Remove flower stalks as quickly as they form. Harvest leaf
stalks beginning in the second year by pulling, not cutting. For continued
success, fertilize each spring and fall with manure and garden fertilizer.
Crimson Cherry- Excellent flavor. Fleshy but not tough or stringy;
sweet yet agreeably tart. Plump stalks to 24", red inside and out.
Heavy yields. Good for sauce, pies, canning, freezing.
Victoria- Reddish stalks and green flesh. Grows vigorously. Does
not get woody; juicy and tender. Excellent flavor.