Valiant is similar to Beta but matures earlier and exhibits more hardiness. It is a prolific producer and is excellent for making wine and jellies. An excellent choice for the prairies.
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.
Ripens a month later than most haskaps. It produces extra-large berries that are well suited to mechanical harvesting. It has strong branches to hold up the heavy berries. Plant together with Boreal Beauty for optimal pollination.
Ripens a month later than most haskaps. It produces extra-large berries that are well suited to mechanical harvesting. It also has strong branches to hold up the heavy berries. Plant together with Boreal Beast for optimal pollination.
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.
This great variety has been developed as a pollinator for the existing varieties. It brings improved fruit qualities when compared to older varieties and has an aggressive and upright habit making it ideal for pollinating nearby plants.
This variety has been selected as the best for use in applications involving mechanical handling. The fruit picks clean off the plant without any bleeding and remains firm while maintaining excellent flavour for both fresh eating and processing. Use Honeybee as a pollinator.
This plant is a cross between black currants and gooseberries and brings along the best of both fruits. The fruit is larger than a currant and grows on thornless bushes for more pleasant harvesting than goosberries. The fruit is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants and is great for processing.
Boyne has likely been the best producer we’ve ever sold. It consistently produces lots of nicely sized and flavorful fruit and is good for eating and cooking.
One of the hardiest yellow raspberries available. Produces large, sweet as honey berries, which are excellent for jams or eating fresh.
This introduction from the University of Saskatchewan produces loads of the largest raspberries you’ve ever seen. The sweet fruit is ripe in July.
This blackberry/raspberry hybrid is a vigorous grower, with canes reaching up to 2m. Canes must be supported if they are heavily laden with fruit. The fruit is deep purple to black with a flavour between blackberry and raspberry. It is more cold hardy than other black raspberry cultivars.
This great selection ripens earlier than most varieties and has nicely sized fruit which is great for fresh eating and processing. The plant remains compact and tidy and is great for homeowners.
This is a variety to choose for consistent fruiting, good yields, and good eating. It comes as a cross from Thiessen and Northline.
This variety was selected by Dieter Martin in Saskatchewan for exceptionally large and tasty fruit with a very uniform ripening habit. The plant is vigorous but maintains good upright form.