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Apple (Siberian Flowering Crabapple) 45-60 cm

Siberian Crab Apple is covered in stunning clusters of fragrant white flowers along the branches in mid spring, which emerge from distinctive pink flower buds before the leaves. The fruits are showy red apples carried in abundance from early to mid fall. The fruit can be messy if allowed to drop on the lawn or walkways, and may require occasional clean-up. It has dark green foliage throughout the season. The pointy leaves turn yellow in fall.

This plant is primarily grown as an ornamental, but it's also valued for its edible qualities.

 

$15.00

Cherry (Black Nanking) #2

Nanking Cherry is a small deciduous shrub known for its attractive white blossoms and edible fruit. Its dark red berries are excellent for pies, jellies, and even fresh eating.

 

$30.00

Cherry (Crimson Passion)

A cross between the tart cherry and the Mongolian cherry produces a high sugar content cherry; the fruit is large and dark red in colour. Self-pollinating, but increased production with a pollinator.

 

$25.00

Cherry (Evans)

Nanking Cherry is a small deciduous shrub known for its attractive white blossoms and edible fruit. Its dark red berries are excellent for pies, jellies, and even fresh eating.

 

$32.00

Cherry (Nanking) #2

Nanking Cherry is a small deciduous shrub known for its attractive white blossoms and edible fruit. Its dark red berries are excellent for pies, jellies, and even fresh eating.

 

$30.00

Cherry (Romeo)

Good fruit for fresh eating and processing. Deep red colour is similar to Carmine Jewel but it ripens later in the season. The plant is very productive and is the best choice for making juice.

 

$30.00

Cherry (SK Carmine Jewel)

Carmine Jewel has been gaining in popularity in recent years due to it’s widespread success in the landscape. It is very hardy and produces piles of fruit good for eating, cooking, flavouring, or making wine. It is also an excellent landscape plant.

 

$30.00

Cranberry (Highbush) 30-45 cm

Profuse, attractive blooms in the form of large clusters with small yellow flowers in the center surrounded by larger white blooms in spring.  Dark green, three-lobed foliage turns yellow to purplish-red in fall.  Produces pendulous clusters of small red edible berries similar in appearance and taste to cranberries.  The fruit are best used for making jams, preserves or sauces and can also be a useful cooking ingredient.  Excellent ornamental plants.

 

$15.00

Currant (White Pearl)

A prolific bearer once fully established. In spring, clusters of yellow-green flowers are followed by long, hanging clusters of ripe, round, “pearl-White” berries. Great fresh or in jellies and pies.

 

$24.00

Gooseberry (Hinnonmaki Red)

Hinnonmaki Red produces large red fruit which is excellent for eating fresh as well as making tarts and jams.

 

$20.00

Haskap (Aurora) #1

This variety has excellent fruit size and tremendous overall vigor. Native to Russia, these plants are very hardy. This variety is also useful as a pollinator for Borealis and Tundra.

 

$20.00

Haskap (Borealis) #1

This great haskap variety produces consistent harvests of sweet, juicy fruit in early summer. Plant together with Honeybee for optimal pollination. These plants are compact and upright and tidy in the landscape.

 

$20.00

Hops (Golden)

Golden hops are a perennial woody vine and not an annual. It has a striking golden foliage that fades to a yellow green over the summer. The bonus is the cone-shaped clusters of yellow fruits, which can be used to make beer.

 

$20.00

Pear (Ussurian) 45-60 cm

Hardiest pear.  Ornamental tree smothered in showy white spring blooms, long thorns, and glossy foliage that turn orange in fall.  Cross-pollinate with another pear for consistent yields.  Fruit is best for canning.

 

$15.00

Plum (American) 30-45 cm

In spring, masses of fragrant, white flowers in showy, flat-topped clusters emerge followed by shiny, bright red fruit that ripen in late summer.  The sour and sweet fruit is good for jams and jellies, preserves, pies, and fresh eating.

 

$15.00