Berry plants advantages
The delicious fruit isn't the only advantage of growing berry vines and bushes. These hardy plants also work well in many different climates and offer a host of benefits for growers:
Berry vines and bushes are sturdy and low maintenance.
Some plants need specific amounts of sunlight and water each day, and too much or too little can stunt or completely kill them. It is different from berries. You only need to prune them once or twice a year, water them occasionally, and try to keep the birds away.
Berry vines are excellent ground cover plants in almost any soil, large or small spaces.
If you need to cover up a dead patch along the back fence, plant a raspberry cane with some compost, and within a year or two, the patch will be gone. You can still keep berries thriving if your soil is thin or rocky. You can train them along fences or trellises if your space is limited.
In addition, these types of ground cover plants keep producing year after year. Once planted, you can enjoy your blackberries, raspberries, and grapes for a decade or more with almost no effort. And if you cringe at dealing with thorns, choose a thorn-free variety. Native Wetland Plants