Blackberries are one of the easist to grow and most widely adapted fruits. The blueberry is a slow-growing, long-lived woody perennial. Currants and gooseberries are hardy and easy to grow. Rasberries grow well in most areas of Minnesota. Strawberries are very productive for the space they occupy.
Blackberry | Blueberry | Currant & Gooseberry | Raspberry | Saskatoon Berry (Juneberry) | Strawberry
Meg Moynihan, Principal Administrator
Minnesota Farm Opportunities
Ag Marketing & Development Division