Ripe berries have a sweet licorice flavour and are known to be very high in antioxidants. Berries can be eaten fresh, frozen or dried. Attracts birds. Self-fertile.
What a delicious way to end the summer season. Springtime flowers are attractive to butterflies. These thornless shrubs make it easy to harvest huge juicy berries without injury. But hurry–the berries are sought after by birds. Good for fresh eating or in pies and jams.
Fragrant, showy flowers bloom in spring, giving way to large, sweet, dark red cherries that are excellent for eating fresh. Self-fertile.
Clusters of large, bright red berries, delicious eaten fresh or used in jams and jellies. Ripen mid-July. Vigorous bushes are highly ornamental and can be used as a hedge. Self-pollinating.
A vigorous, fast-growing, and adaptable plant. Gardeners will marvel at bountiful yields of early-ripening, medium-sized, exceptional tasting berries. Burgundy red fall colour is an added landscape bonus!
A cross between a black currant and gooseberry- combining the best of both. A bountiful harvest of rich in vitamin C, sweet/tangy, flavourful berries on a bush without thorns. Delicious right off the bush. Self-pollinating.
Prolific producer of sweet-tart, large, reddish fruit in midsummer of second season. Small white flowers precede fruit on thornless canes. Fruit can be eaten fresh, cooked or frozen.
Medium-size berries are excellent for jams and baking due to their high sugar content. The most cold-hardy blueberry you can grow. This bush is compact, yet extremely productive, easy to grow and adaptable to many different soil types.
A dwarf that has a naturally round growth habit and does not require pruning. This self-fertile hybrid flowers profusely and produces a large set of delicious berries. Excellent cold hardiness
Sweet flavour with a berry that stays firm and juicy. Excellent for eating fresh or in jams. Summer to fall harvest. Self-fertile.