Fruits & Berries: A sweet addition to Your Garden

Do you want to enhance your backyard with minimal time and effort? Plant edible fruits like berries! These perennial plants are installed once and become more productive year after year, providing you a delicious supply of organic fruit!

Perennials also attract beneficial pollinators and require less maintenance than annual gardens: making them a great choice for busy gardeners and anyone interested in sustainability.

Gardeners of all ages will delight in picking fresh berries straight from the vine. Skip the grocery store prices for fruit grown across the country and plant your own.

Whether you want to create a beautiful berry trellis or add edible perennials to your landscape, Backyard Eats is here to help.

What Fruit Can I grow at home?

Many people are surprised at how quickly and easily they can harvest these homegrown berries:

  • Raspberries
  • Blackberries
  • Strawberries
  • Figs

We also offer rare and unique plants such as native pawpaws (the ‘banana of the north’), currants,  elderberries, currants, gooseberries, and serviceberries. Backyard Eats has selected only the most rewarding perennial crops for your backyard garden, including a wide variety of herbaceous plants for culinary inspiration, medicinal uses, and more!

How Our Process Works


We’ll help you identify the best location for your fruit and berry plants based on factors like sunlight exposure and soil type. We will produce a 3D rendering of your trellis or food forest, set in the context of your home and yard. 


We’ll source the largest and healthiest plants: even unique varieties. Once your garden is built, we will transfer the plants from our nursery into your garden. Our expert installation team will ensure that your plant is placed in the best location.


We will install your plants and ensure that they’re getting proper care, including drip irrigation for deep and consistent watering. We also offer a variety of seasonal and ongoing maintenance services so you can enjoy your garden for years to come!