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Actinidia purpurea

This species of hardy kiwi stands out from the crowd because it produces coppery red colored kiwi fruit!  It can be pollinated by Meader or any of the male Actinidia arguta. more->

Acmella caulirhiza

This Kenyan species of toothache plant grows as a ground cover or vine.  It's sensitive to frost but makes a great medicinal annual plant for our climate.  We occasionally grow the vines in... more->

Vitis vinifera 'Himrod'

'Himrod' is an excellent sweet green seedless table grape.  It is very productive. Fruits turn golden when ripe, which is usually late summer.  It is self-pollinating.  Very easy to grow and... more->

Vitis vinifera 'Canadice'

Canadice is a delicious seedless red table grape.  It ripens at the later end of grape season, in early fall.  Canadice is self-pollinating.  Very easy to grow and drought tolerant. more->

Vitis vinifera 'Glenora'

Glenora is a concord -type seedless grape. Grapes are medium to large size and have a deep dark blue color.  It is self-pollinating.  Very easy to grow and drought tolerant. more->

Actinidea arguta 'Meader'

This male variety will pollinate any Actinidia arguta (hardy kiwi), purpurea (hardy red), or deliciosa (fuzzy kiwi), but it won't likely pollinate A.... more->

Actinidea arguta var. cordifolia

This variety produces very well in our partly shady garden.  A neighbor of ours has a vine that towers overhead, engulfing a fence and raining down fruit. more->

Humulus lupus 'Cascade'

'Cascade' is a popular variety for brewing.  Bred at OSU, it is a great general purpose flavor and resistant to downy mildew. 

Hops are a wonderful choice for summer shade screen and, of... more->

Vitis vinifera 'red'

Grapes are very easy to grow and maintain and never fail to produce abundant crops.  This red variety is espcially sweet and ripens later than the green and purple varieties we grow. more->

Vitis vinifera 'green'

Grapes are very easy to grow and maintain and never fail to produce abundant crops.  This is a sweet and delicious table grape. It is the earliest to ripen of the grapes we grow. It is very... more->

Rubus x 'Napache'

Tired of thorns ripping through your clothes and poking through your gloves as you harvest sweet blackberries in summer?  This cultivar released from the University of Arkansas yields large, sweet... more->

Vitis vinifera 'purple'

Grapes are very easy to grow and maintain and never fail to produce abundant crops. This table grape is seedless and dark purple with small to medium sized fruits in nicely shaped clusters. This... more->

Akebia quinata

Akebia is a  twining deciduous woody fruiting vine.  Unlike many fruiting vines, it is shade tolerant.  Leaves are somewhat evergreen and young leaves may have a purplish hue. Vines can grow 20 to... more->

Dioscorea batatas

A perennial vine with elegant glossy leaves, Chinese mountain yam can grow up to 15 feet tall each season.  It blooms in late summer and produces underground potato-flavored edible tubers which... more->

Dioscorea villosa

This wild yam is native to the eastern United States.  Dormant in winter, the elegant shoots began to sprial skyward in spring, filled with glossy green leaves.  It can climb over ten feet high on... more->

Humulus lupus 'Nugget'

"Nugget" is popular for brewing because of its strong bitterness and fruity aroma.  It's often added late in the process to impart its unique flavor.

Hops are a wonderful choice for summer... more->

Passiflora caerula

Fabulous flowers on this semi-evergreen vine. The complex blue flowers bloom mid summer to fall. This vine is reasonably hardy and can grow a lot in one season. During cold winters it may die... more->

Passiflora incarnata

The maypop is a perennial passionflower in our climate. The plant dies back each year to the ground and re-sprouts in late spring. Less vigorous than P. caerulea, this species has a... more->

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