Perennial Fruiting Shrub
The roots of the plant are Perennial, but the top is Biennial; meaning, a branch that comes up this Spring will not fruit until next year, and after fruiting it will die back. To maximize your berry harvest, learn the simple and exciting art of pruning!
Soil & Moisture
Rich, well-draining soil
Outdoors 6-9; Patio/Greenhouse 4+