Berry

Raspberry, blackberry, elderberry and red currant are shrubs occupying a small space but their harvest is a real treat. A berry plant such as raspberry and blackberry is perennial. However, while their roots remain and extend in the soil, their stems live only 2 years. The first year a stem comes out of the ground, it will simply grow without giving a fruit. The second year, the stem will give fruit and then die. Only this stem dies. While this stem was busy giving fruit, the roots have been shooting multiple new stems that will be giving berries next year, and so on! This is how a berry plant lives. To get a full row of stems within 2 or 3 years, plant your raspberry and black berry every half a meter (2 feet) in a straight line.

 

  • Raspberry Garry - The Taste of Wild Raspberries and the Size of Grown Raspberries

    Sold out, sorry. Working on propagating more for fall 2018. The Gary raspberry is a variety which is very easy to grow, with fruit that is sweet and delicious. Similar in sweetness and taste to a giant wild raspberry, this exclusive sweet treat is our favourite raspberry.

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  • Blackberries

    Blackberries, as raspberries, will give fruit on the following year of plantation.

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    1x 1 Foot$10.00
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  • American Elderberry - Sambucus canadensis

    Elderberry is native to North America and is gaining in popularity in Canada. It is the only northern fruit that can grow in damp soils. The plant grows very fast and is easy to cultivate.

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    6-12 Inches$12.00
    10 x 6-12 Inches$90.00
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  • Wild Blueberry - Vaccinium angustifolium - Zone 2

    Sorry, wild blueberry are not available for fall 2017 and spring 2018. Wild blueberry is a deciduous shrub that produces small berries with superior flavour than that of cultivated blueberries and health benefits galore.

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  • Red currant - Ribes rubrum - Zone 3

    Red Currant bushes are small deciduous shrubs that produce clusters of super healthy red fruit that are great for eating or making juices. Their cold-hardiness and compact form make them a great choice for the northern home-garden.

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  • White currant - Ribes rubrum - Zone 3

    White currants are a sweeter albino variant of the above red currant species. These bushes are small deciduous shrubs that produce clusters of super healthy white almost transparent fruit that are great for eating or making juices. Their cold-hardiness and compact form make them a great choice for the northern home-garden.

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    4-12 Inches$10.00
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  • Black currant - Ribes nigrum - Zone 3

    Black Currant is a small winter-hardy deciduous shrub that produces fruit with a tangy but delicious flavour.

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    2-3 Feet$20.00
    1-2 Feet$16.00
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