Grapes, Berries and Juniper for Nampa?

takewithplantApril 29, 2011

Just moved into a new place and I'm looking for a few good plants; two good table grape varieties, raspberries, a peony or two, a couple roses, and a hardy dwarf magnolia.

Anything else I should consider? I've heard grapes should go in early while still dormant since I couldn't plant them last fall. I'd really like a golden muscat grape of some kind. I'm more interested in health and low maintenance than fussing with anything iffy. My last garden ended up with waaay too many overgrown plants and trees, I want to avoid that mistake again.

Thanks for any advice :)

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