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The Berry Family of Nurseries

Starting with 10 Acres of production in 1993, the Berry Family of Nurseries has grown to over 8,000 acres in active production in six states across the country, making it the largest privately-owned wholesale grower in the country. With our diverse locations and climates we are able to produce a wide range of products that will thrive in many climates across the United States.

Trees, shrubs, perennials and more... we feature many exclusive varieties and brands as well as the traditional favorites to meet the needs of any garden center, nursery, or landscaper.

P. Allen Smith Edibles Collection - Kiwis

P. Allen Smith Edibles Collection - Kiwis

Did you know that kiwi fruits have more vitamin C than an orange? They are also loaded with vitamin E, potassium, and fiber. You can grow kiwi vines in your garden with relative ease.

Two-pack sets are available at select Lowes stores.

P. Allen Smith Edibles Collection - Blackberries

P. Allen Smith Edibles Collection - Blackberries

Blackberries are one of the most carefree berries that you can grow. They will tolerate just about any soil and are relatively disease and pest free.

Pick up a two-pack of P. Allen Smith blackberries at select Lowes stores.

P. Allen Smith Edibles Collection - Raspberries

P. Allen Smith Edibles Collection - Raspberries

Take home a two-pack of Allen's everbearing raspberries for your garden and enjoy the flavorful berries throughout the growing season. Thanks to hybridization there is a raspberry variety for almost every state.

Varieties are chosen for your growing region and sold at select Lowes stores.

P. Allen Smith Edibles Collection - Blueberries

P. Allen Smith Edibles Collection - Blueberries

Blueberry shrubs are workhorses in the garden offering tasty fruits and beautiful fall foliage. Because blueberries require cross-pollination to produce the best yields, the variety combinations have been chosen to ensure maximum results in the landscape and in the garden.

Two-pack sets in varieties suitable for your region are available at select Lowes and Kroger stores.

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