Blackberries prefer deep soil which is not water saturated or saline. Deep-rooted plant. Generally prefers a cool, humid region where it can be planted in full sunlight. Blackberries will produce in warmer climates than most raspberries. Plant 2-4 ft. apart in rows 6-9 ft. apart.
Planting distance 3 ft. for hedging, 4 to 6 ft. when spacing. Blueberries thrive in acidic soils. Incorporating peat moss in the planting is recommended for most soils.
Raspberries grow best in areas having a slowly warming, lingering spring. Plant 2-4 ft. apart in 6-8 ft. rows in well drained soils.
Pruning of grapes will vary with the fruiting habits of the vines.
Himrod White Seedless
Mars Blue Seedless
Muscadine Southern Home
Will grow on a wide range of soil types if well drained. Must be in an area where winter soil temperature averages under 55° F. Should be grown where there is adequate sunshine. Should be set 6-10″ apart in single rows or 10-14″ apart in double rows. Contains a great amount of vitamin C.