2023 4-H Plant Sale Pick Up Dates

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4-H Plant Sale Pick Up Dates
The plant pick up days are almost here! We are excited that our plants will soon be delivered and ready for pick up.
When: Wednesday, March 22 and Thursday, March 23 from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. both days.
Where: Agricultural Resources Center, 1175 S Brady Ave., Newton, NC 28658
Details: Pick up will be to the left side of the building (garden side) at the glass doors.
We appreciate your support and can’t wait to thank you in person! See you soon.

2023 Catawba County
Cooperative Extension

4-H Plant Sale

Blueberry bush

Orders accepted through March 1, 2023
Cash or Check only
Make checks payable to
Catawba County AG Extension Foundation
and mail with order form to
Catawba County Cooperative Extension
PO Box 389, Newton, NC 28658
Online Order Form:
Click here to order!
Call 465-8250 for more information

Strawberries: Bundle of 25 – $12.00
Sweet Charlie Produces a large sweet berry that tastes like it has sugar on it fresh from the field. Good for our area. Self-fertile
Eversweet – Eversweet strawberry plants produce very sweet berries with long, large cone-shaped fruit and delicious flavor. Produces all summer through the heat (100 degrees F) and into the fall.
Blueberries: $13.00 each
Climax: Producing an early ripening medium-sized berries with a sweet flavor, these plants are upright plants with an intense green foliage. One of the best plants for harvesting.
Tifblue: Upright vigorous grower producing medium to large-sized berries. Mid-season ripening, it is rated as
the best ornamental of these varieties due to its fall leaf color of bright red. Onslow: Berries are large and medium blue in color producing high yields from June through August.
Blackberries: $10.00 each
Arapaho – Thorn-less, earliest producing berry, ripening in mid-June. Requires no trellis, grows into a bush. Sweet berries with small seeds. New canes shoot up from roots to increase productivity.
Apache Largest thorn-less, upright berry available. Sweet, cone shaped berry. Ripens late season. Cold hardy and high yielding.
Asparagus: Bundle of 10 – $15.00
Jersey Giant – The Jersey Giant asparagus is known for its heavy yields, thick spears and outstanding flavor. Large, attractive dark green spears with purple bracts. Uniform and succulent. One of the most frost hardy varieties.
Mary Washington – Known to be easy to grow, disease resistant and delicious, Mary Washington is a frost-hardy, vigorous plant.
Muscadines: $15.00 each
Ison-Beautiful black variety containing 19% sugar and has excellent size and production. Makes some of the best juice and wine available. Fruit ripens uniformly early to mid-season.
Tara Produces good size quality fruit. The vine is disease resistant and ripens uniformly mid-season. 17% sugar.
Elderberry Pairs: * $20.00 per pair * New for 2023
Adam A very popular intensely flavored fruit with rich aroma. Ripens late August. Extremely hardy. Produces soft, dark purple berries that make the best jams, jellies and wines.
Requires pollination, provided by “John” in this pair.
John-Produces huge clusters of large sweet, purplish-black berries that are wonderful for pies and delicious homemade wines. Grows well in sun or shade even in wet conditions. Requires pollination, provided by “Adam” in this pair.
Raspberries: $10.00 each
Heritage – Known for producing large crops of very large and sweet berries that are dark red in color. Good for freezing as well as making jellies and jams. Ripen in summer and fall.
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Bluebird Houses: $30.00 each
These bluebird houses were designed specifically for bluebirds by the renowned bluebird expert Jack R. Finch, of Bailey, NC. They are made from unpainted, untreated – 1″ wood with an overhanging slanted roof with a shallow groove to keep rain from entering. no perch and a round 1/5″ diameter hole. The ventilation and drainage holes are deep enough so predators can’t reach in and get to the eggs and have a door that opens for cleaning and monitoring. Some bluebirds start checking out nesting sites in mid-March, so this is a perfect time to order yours, to arrive in mid-March

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Natalie Cline, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionNatalie ClineCounty Extension Administrative Assistant Call Natalie Email Natalie N.C. Cooperative Extension, Catawba County Center
Updated on Mar 14, 2023
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