GroundnutOrdering closed for the season
L442 Apios americana Nitrogen-fixing leguminous perennial twining vine with edible tubers. Prefers moist sandy soil. Full to partial sun. Z3. read more


‘Dropmore Scarlet’ HoneysuckleOrdering closed for the season
447 Lonicera x brownii 10-20'. Tall climbing native honeysuckle. Non-invasive! Attracts pollinators, especially hummingbirds. Z3. read more


‘Cascade’Ordering closed for the season
L443 Humulus lupulus Fragrantly aromatic hops, low bittering value. Very productive with large cones, ready to harvest mid-late August in central Maine. Z3. read more
‘Magnum’Ordering closed for the season
L444 Humulus lupulus Very high bittering hops with good storability. Strong bitter flavor with subtle hints of spice and citrus. Used in IPAs, pale ales, stouts and lagers. Z3. read more
‘Willamette’Ordering closed for the season
L445 Humulus lupulus Excellent all-purpose hop. Spicy aroma. Low bittering. Good finishing hop for brewing English ales and stouts. Vigorous. Good disease resistance. Z3. read more


‘Anna’ FemaleOrdering closed for the season
437 Actinidia arguta Female. Also called Ananasnaya. Pineapple-like taste. Tangy and sweet. Heavy yields are late to ripen. Requires Meader male for pollination. Z4. read more
‘Geneva 3’ FemaleOrdering closed for the season
438 Actinidia arguta Female. Medium-sized bright green fruits with excellent flavor. Very productive and reliably hardy. Requires Meader male for pollination. Z4. read more
‘Meader’ MaleOrdering closed for the season
439 Actinidia arguta Fruitless male kiwi suitable for pollinating arguta females Anna and Geneva 3. Will not pollinate kolomiktas. Z4. read more


Schisandra BerryOrdering closed for the season
448 Schisandra chinensis 20' or taller. Ornamental vines produce flavorful medicinal berries. Adaptogenic fruit used to build the immune system and rejuvenate the body. Z4. read more