*These seeds need to be stratified for germination (store in your freezer). Cooked berries are edible and can be used in pies, pancakes, and jellies; flowers and fruits used in winemaking, marmalade, yogurt, and desserts. Leaves are not edible only the berries.
Attracts: Butterflies, Hummingbirds, Pollinators, Small Mammals, Songbirds
Fruit Description: Clusters of round, edible, purplish-black drupes display from June to August. Each berry is 1/4 inch across, contains 3-5 seeds and is borne in large drooping clusters.
Grown in Tennessee
Planting Guide included. Ships in padded envelope.
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Apr 20, 2021
Good, I five of the seeds planting in a container. I can't wait to see them start growing. do you know if they need full sun or part sun.
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