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Cherry (Cupid)

This recent release from the group of dwarf cherries produces the largest and the latest fruit. The flavour is good for eating and cooking and the plant shows good vigour.

 

$21.00

Cherry (Juliet CVI)

This variety is a favourite for fresh picking and eating due to a good sugar content and nicely sized fruit. It has moderate vigour and a low sucker count.

 

$33.00

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 CVI)

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.

 

$33.00

Coneflower (Green Twister)

A seed strain of 'Magnus', it has horizontal facing petals that change colour from edges of lemon green to a bright carmine-red centre.

 

$15.00

Coneflower (Herbstsonne / Autumn Sun)

Forms a massive upright clump with tall stalks of lemon yellow daisies. Excellent for cutting.  Birds are attracted to and eat the seed heads in the fall.
 

$14.00

Coneflower (PowWow® White)

This exciting variety features pure white petals overlapping a golden-yellow cone. Loads of blooms over many weeks throughout the summer. Attractive to butterflies. Excellent as a cutflower.

 

$12.00

Coneflower (PowWow® Wild Berry) #1

Plants form a midsized mound of coarse dark-green leaves, bearing large daisy flowers with magenta-pink petals surrounding an orange-brown central cone by midsummer.

 

$12.00

Coneflower (Prairie Glow)

This plant is a clump forming, well -branched, strong, upright plant with red-brown stems with 8cm across bronzy-orange and yellow daisy-like flowers from early summer until frost.

 

$9.00

Coneflower (Prairie Splendor Rose Compact)

This exciting variety produces large, deep pink flowers and comes on display earlier than most other coneflower varieties. The growth habit is uniform and tidy.

 

$17.00

Coneflower (Red Ombre)

This beautiful and long-lasting coneflower produces flowers that range from light yellow to deep golden with bright orange centers.

 

WARNING:  This plant is NOT hardy in most of Saskatchewan.  Put it in a container / pot and place it on your deck, driveway, or other visible location with full sun.  Store it for the winter in an unheated garage or similar location, after trimming the entire plant to about an inch tall.

 

$7.00

Coneflower (Soft Orange)

A seed grown variety that produces highly uniform plants in flower and growth habit. Dark orange flowers soften to a lighter orange as they age; plants will bloom all summer.

 

WARNING:  This plant is NOT hardy in most of Saskatchewan.  Put it in a container / pot and place it on your deck, driveway, or other visible location with full sun.  Store it for the winter in an unheated garage or similar location, after trimming the entire plant to about an inch tall.

 

$7.00

Cranberry (Bailey Compact American)

This compact cranberry form is wonderful for smaller landscapes. The foliage is a rich green that turns a delightful shade of red in the fall. Produces white flowers followed by red fruit.

 

$28.00

Cranberry (Bailey Compact American)

This compact cranberry form is wonderful for smaller landscapes. The foliage is a rich green that turns a delightful shade of red in the fall. Produces white flowers followed by red fruit.

 

$28.00