Buy berry plants and get Fast shipping to all states! Pink Thimbleberry is the only thimbleberry we have grown that fruits consistantly. The flowering, fruit producing canes are perennial. Plants do make an attractive landscape plant for seasonal color. At grower prices and 1-year guarantee. Be aware that this plant because of its ability to reproduce vegetatively by suckers and rhizomes, can be mildly aggressive, although for this same reason it is a good choice for erosion control. The Thimbleberry plants have no thorns and grow to a height of up to 4 and 5 feet. The flowers are pure white and leaves are huge compared to other raspberries. Initially the plants began yielding small amounts of fruit by the 2nd year. Berry plants for sale. Save 80% buy grower direct to the public. Thimbleberries aren’t easy to collect. Hardiness zone: 4 thru 8 Thimbleberry provides cover and food for wildlife. Like raspberries, thimbleberries aren’t a true fruit but rather a collection of red “drupelets” (there’s your Scrabble word for the week) that, together, look like a thimble. Very tough, disease and pest resistant and WATER THRIFTY! Eat the fruits fresh from the plants or, make some of the best Raspberry Jam ever tasted. Click to enlarge. Hardy to -30°F Maximum Elevation: 9,000 ft. Fragrant white flowers appear in late spring and make way for delicious red raspberries that ripen in late July and keep producing until September. This selection was grown here at our farm from seed originally collected in high elevations of the Sierra Nevadas in California. Unlike a lot of its relatives the plant has no thorns: instead, it’s got a five-petaled white flower.
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