Welcome to Womack Nursery! We're a proud third generation family-owned business with over 80 years of experience. We welcome you to visit our family establishment and plant roots.
The gold colored fruit is proving to be highly productive with a consistent good flavor. It’s sweet flavor makes it great for home or fresh market use.
TIFBLUE BLUEBERRY - Medium to large light blue, good quality berries. Vigorous upright plants that will hold up well until last berries are harvested. Early to mid season ripening. In...
Large berries. Earliest ripening of the TAMU releases. Ripens about 1 week before Brazos. This thorned variety is adapted over a wide area. Earliest of all the berries we offer....
Thornless plant with large berries. Very good flavor and high yield quality. Excellent post harvest fruit handling potential. Ripens early June.
The only raspberry variety which will withstand the south's hot summer days. Very hardy and prolific vines. Fruit is about 1/2 inch diameter. Should be grown on a trellis.
This everbearing variety will contine to produce well even when temperature exceeds 80F. Good size, sweet. Plant at close spacing (8”X 8”).
Thornless blackberry from the University of Arkansas. Firm sweet fruit, upright growth. Ripens mid June. Available as one year old plants
The newest thornless variety from the University of Arkansas. Large size berry, ripens end of May. Sweet, and holds up well after harvest. Vines are vigorous. Available as one year...
The most popular of the TAMU releases. Large size. Ripens end of May. Disease resistant thorned vines. Widely adapted throughout the state. Available as one year old plants and 4"...
MID SEASON, LARGE, BRIGHT RED COLOR GOOD FOR CANNING AND FREEZING. RESISTANT TO MOST DISEASES.
Released in 2019. High-yielding thornless, erect canes with medium-sized fruit with enhanced sweetness and good post-harvest handling traits. Sweet-Ark™ Ponca is the sweetest cultivar released to date. A commercial cultivar...
Thornless, Extra sweet, huge berries, firm and glossy. Semi-erect. Begins to ripen late summer.
Smallest of the TAMU releases, but still a good sized fruit. Thorned vines are hardy and erect. Appears to do best in Central and North Texas. Yields of 10,000 pounds...